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New Project: Mixed-Use Campus In Massachusetts Gets The Green Light

October 16, 2020

DiMella Shaffer has announced that a mixed-use campus in a suburb of Boston has been approved for construction.

Where is it happening?

Lexington, Mass.

Who is involved?

Developers: Lincoln Property Company

Designers: DiMella Shaffer

When is it happening?

The project is expected to be completed in Q4 2021.

Why is it important?

The project will offer much needed office and lab space, as much of Massachusetts is currently dealing with a vacancy shortage caused by the explosive growth of Boston’s life-sciences sector.

Key Aspects?

Center atrium promenade


502-space parking structure


Building Specs?

95,000 square-feet of laboratory space

125,000 square-feet of office space

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