Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Harvard taps Berkeley to redevelop Allston's long-vacant Boston Tech Center

Boston Business Journal
Harvard University has tapped Berkeley Investments as a partner to redevelop 176 Lincoln St., a vacant property spanning nearly half a million square feet, that Harvard has owned since 2006.

It’s unclear what Berkeley’s plans are for the Boston Tech Center — whether the Boston-based real estate company intends to raze the property and build something new, or repurpose the property in some way. The company has completed a broad array of projects in the region, from loft apartments in Boston’s Seaport and Somerville, to commercial projects in Waltham and downtown Boston, and retail/restaurant projects, including Row 34 and Flour Bakery in Boston’s Fort Point Channel. . . . more