The District launched at NAIOP event

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Nasca, JohnFrom John Nasca III
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National Development created a splash at NAIOP’s rain soaked 13th annual Bus Tour, announcing that it is rebranding New England Executive Park as The District Burlington. The multi-phased redevelopment will dramatically change the 13-building complex into a walkable, urban-style destination. JLL is leasing and marketing the new complex.

“The District will allow tenants to enjoy a multifaceted, vibrant workspace encouraging collaboration and networking that extends beyond work hours,” said National Development’s Andrew Gallinaro in remarks to an enthusiastic overflow audience of 300 developers, investors, brokers, and real estate professionals. “By introducing a variety of amenities including restaurants, retail, hotel and high quality open space, we will meet the demands of today’s workforce and allow employees to attract and retain the highest quality talent.”

Additionally Andrew announced that Island Creek Oyster Bar just signed as the newest restaurant tenant at the development. They’ll join Tuscan Kitchen, Tavern In the Square, and Rebecca’s Cafe here.

NAIOP: Re/Vision The Changing Landscape also included up close visits of University Station, Reservoir Place, and The Xchange at Bedford. A major point of discussion was the newly built bleachers at Reservoir Place and TripAdvisor, which act as both a destination for lunch and a venue for conferences and presentations.

JLL’s Jason Fivek, Chris Decembrele, and Sean Lynch served as bus captains providing insight on the suburban core which has experienced incredible growth in recent quarters.

JLL's Matt Daniels with National Development's Andrew Gallinaro

JLL’s Matt Daniels with National Development’s Andrew Gallinaro

JLL's Chris Lawrence, Matt Daniels, Chris Decembrele, and Andy Whipple

JLL’s Chris Lawrence, Daniels, Chris Decembrele, and Andy Whipple



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