A former army base on the South Boston Waterfront,
88 Black Falcon,
WILL SOON BE THE SITE OF A PROPOSED REDEVELOPED MIXED-USE BUILDING BOASTING A TOTAL OF APPROXIMATELY 684,510 SQUARE FEET, IDEAL FOR OFFICE, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, LABORATORY, AND MARITIME USES.
Currently, 88 Black Falcon Pier is a three-story, 353,910-square-foot structure that juts out into Boston Harbor, overlooking the MassPort reserve channel, the MassPort cruise ship facility, and the Connolly Shipping Terminal. The bold, modern new addition, designed by SGA, will stack four stories atop the existing three-story building, nearly doubling the amount of rentable space.
The proposed design will incorporate contemporary pre-cast and curtain wall facades, with expressed glass elevators and elevator lobbies on the south side of the building.
Current tenants will be able to continue to occupy the building, while the new floors are added above. All tenants will eventually have access to expanded amenities, including an on-site cafeteria, fitness center, conference center, and tenant-accessible roof decks, as well as extensive automotive and bicycle parking.
88 Black Falcon Pier is part of the Raymond Flynn Marine Industrial Park, which supports Boston’s maritime, life sciences, maker-space, accelerator, food service, and entertainment industries. The new development promises to be an appealing location for a diverse group of tenants, including marine industrial, high-tech, R&D, and innovation firms.