The project team for Iron Mountain’s new global headquarters at One Federal Street Boston received the New England Women in Real Estate (NEWiRE) Achievement Award for Networking. JLL’s Alex Dauria, Brad McGill and Sherie Heywood represented the storage and information management leader in the lease. Iron Mountain moved into their new 130,000 s.f. offices in February.
Having outgrown their previous space at 745 Atlantic across from South Station, Iron Mountain sought a collaborative, state-of-the-art office environment to support an increasingly mobile workforce. With the move to One Federal, they adopted an innovative, high performance workspace strategy and launched a mobile workforce program called “mobile mountaineering.”
Featuring an open, flexible, and efficient floor plan with individual workspaces, fewer offices, technology-supported conference and collaboration rooms, the new high performance workspace promotes collaboration, sustainability, and global branding. The headquarters is expected to achieve LEED certification.
The project was spearheaded by our client Iron Mountain Senior Vice President of Global Real Estate Sarah Abrams. “An office design project of this size and complexity – and executed within a tight time frame –required a skilled team of real estate, design, and construction professionals,” said Abrams. “The success of this project is a direct result of the proven collaboration and commitment of each of these contributors.”
The team for the relocation also included: Margulies Perruzzi Architects, McCarter & English, Fort Point Project Management, and Structure Tone.
Now in its 16th year, the Networking Award recognizes a commercial real estate networking experience that embodies the goals and purposes of NEWiRE. JLL is a sponsor of the awards.