In an article in the Boston Herald, Mayor Menino said his top priorities are redeveloping the former Filene’s site in Downtown Crossing and expanding the “Innovation District” on South Boston’s waterfront.
On Boston.com, Andrew Ryan reported that a visit by the head of the Food and Drug Administration and the Small Business Administration was one of a series of trips planned by the Obama administration to meet with business owners across the country about ways to reduce regulatory hurdles and encourage entrepreneurs. The visit also cast a welcome spotlight on Menino’s effort to attract technology companies, medical firms, and other new businesses to the 1,000 acres that his administration first dubbed the Innovation District in his 2010 inaugural address.
Mayor Menino recently also announced that five important development projects for Boston are moving forward to schedule, including the $68.9m Seafood Exchange, seafood processing and distribution center. Julien Weston, Editor, WIREDvc reports “The new development will integrate the latest industry technology, facilities and equipment with green building technology and a sustainable design and will incorporate a public viewing station along the scenic harbor walk, allowing the public to experience the exciting, working water front.” ( read more…)
Here, at Brown & Wagner, LLC, we are excited to see the development in the Fort Point/ Seaport District and are happy to offer office space leasing for all sizes and uses.
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Kevin Brown of Brown & Wagner, LLC has a diverse and successful background spanning over three decades, providing guidance to the tenant and landlord community, 31 of those years in Downtown Boston and Seaport.