Friday, July 12, 2019

Pembroke’s plan to overhaul Seaport World Trade Center gets city OK

Boston Business Journal
Pembroke Real Estate, the real estate arm of Boston-based Fidelity Investments, has been approved to overhaul the Seaport World Trade Center. The Boston Planning and Development Agency signed off on the plan Thursday.

Features of the project include adding cutouts and “public niches” along the long facade of the Seaport World Trade Center, which extends along Commonwealth Pier, as well as interior courtyards for office tenants. Other features include creating 45,000 square feet of retail within a new street-front colonnade in the Seaport World Trade Center Headhouse, adding a public terrace on the Headhouse’s upper level, and creating a 25,000-square-foot open-air public Harbor Plaza.. . . more