Boston Business Journal
The real estate arm of Boston-based Fidelity Investments is planning to replace the existing 118,000-square-foot Commonwealth Hall with 163,500 square feet of new public outdoor space, a central tenet of the firm’s plan to revitalize the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston.
The Seaport World Trade Center was one of the first commercial developments in Boston’s Seaport District. Pembroke plans to revamp the center with new retail, event space and a “unique and flexible workplace” for Fidelity workers, the firm said in a press release. . . . more