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with a focus on resilience,

24 Drydock Avenue

combines leading design with jaw-dropping views for a mix of tenants that includes research companies, non-profit organizations, and hospitality clients.

Eye-catching research and industrial space

Commissioned by Related Beal and Cronin Development, 24 Drydock is designed as eight floors and 250,000 square feet of eye-catching, flexible research and industrial space that accentuates the burgeoning innovation center of the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park. 

Active Public Realm

The entire building is set up to deliver resiliency first, and the elevated ground floor will be the Headquarters for Boston Ship Repair; a training facility; and office space for local nonprofit Save The Harbor/Save The Bay. It will also house a restaurant and pedestrian-friendly public spaces, while a landscaped plaza serves as a seasonal outdoor gathering space.

In the floors above, tenant spaces integrate optimal laboratory bay space and provide the MEP infrastructure to support a wide range of science and development uses. Exterior balconies have remarkable city views while units without balconies also offer standout vistas thanks to a modern façade with expansive runs of glass, which let in natural light and frame views of the ocean and urban skyline.

Meanwhile, prominent steel beams anchor the structure to the neighborhood’s industrial traditions, and contextualizes the site amid a myriad of modern and historic buildings and the drydock. 

In addition to its sustainability accolades, 24 Drydock Avenue has been celebrated for the role it plays to preserve the ship repair industry for future generations.

Vibrant Public Spaces


Related Beal | Cronin Development


Boston, MA


250,000 SF