Corderman completes 35,000 s/f Flex by BXP at Hub on Causeway

March 20, 2020 - Construction Design & Engineering

Boston, MA Construction is now complete on Flex by BXP, a new 35,000 s/f full floor first class flexible office space in the 31-story Phase III office tower at Hub on Causeway for developer Boston Properties. Corderman & Company provided construction management services on the project.

The $6 million project on floor 3, in collaboration with architecture and interior design creative agency Design Farm, provides tenants with short-term, modular, plug-and-play space solution in an inspiring open industrial environment. Work stations are easily adaptable to accommodate a variety of business functions. Flex by BXP features: open ceilings, polished concrete hallways, and high-bay light fixtures. Power and data are delivered under a raised access flooring system. A floating Kinetics puck concrete slab mitigates sound disruption. An edgy common amenity area echoes the building’s structural bracing and includes a full kitchen with casual seating. The space offers views of the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge and the city. 

The 630,000 s/f Phase III tower, with anchor tenant Verizon having leased 450,000 s/f, is set for completion in 2021.

The $1.1 billion Hub on Causeway development is located next to TD Garden and North Station. Several parts of the 1.87 million s/f mixed-use 24/7 neighborhood community hub have recently opened including: the 25,000 s/f Banners Kitchen & Tap, Guy Fieri’s Latin American-inspired Tequila Cocina, the 270-room citizenM hotel, 1,500-person Big Night Live music venue, a Star Market urban grocery store, 270-foot long North Station pedestrian connector tunnel, the transformation and expansion of TD Garden, a TD Garden and North Station entrance and outdoor space, North Station garage expansion with more than 500 below grade parking spaces, software company Rapid7’s new 145,000 s/f world headquarters, and the first two phases of the expansive office tower. Now under construction is the 38-story Hub50House residential tower, 15-screen ArcLight Cinemas, and Hub Hall food hall.    

Flex by BXP is one of numerous offices that are either complete or underway by Corderman & Co. This includes spaces for: Cybereason, Catalant Technologies, Venture Lane, Neoscape, Placester, Ideo, Enzyvant, Summit Growth Partners, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, Goulston & Storrs, and Kensington Capital. 

Corderman’s project team is comprised of: senior project manager John Million, assistant project manager Jim Tully, construction superintendent Steve Giordano, and laborer Kevin Carmody.

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