Samuels continues their major development of the Fenway Neighborhood and is in the midst of construction on an 8-story, 232K sq ft office building banking on the neighborhood being in incredible demand at the completion of the project in 2015. Advisors at CBRE have the space pegged as some of the priciest in the city beating out even the average price of the 7th priciest street in the country for office space in the Back Bay section of Boylston Street. Estimates range from $60 all the way up to as high as $80/ sq ft for this premium office space in Boston’s fastest growing neighborhood.
If your business is looking for a high quality of life for your employees with a feel far different than that of the Financial District or Back Bay, Fenway may just be the place to go. With new shopping centers, restaurants and bars opening up seemingly every month, the area is poised to become Boston’s hottest neighborhood to live, work and play (if it isn’t there already).
Starting a dialogue on the future of urban living in Boston and beyond.