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Choice and control drive Sonos’ new workspace

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Chad Lundeen of Sonos told a full house at Bisnow’s Boston Creative Office event that the wireless audio products company left Cambridge for Lafayette City Center for three key reasons: access, amenities and infrastructure.

“Now we’re in an urban core,” he said. “Downtown Crossing has quickly become jammed with hot tech startups. It’s important to our culture to be surrounded by fresh energy and new ideas.”

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Boston’s most dynamic market may surprise you

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There’s undeniably a ton of activity happening in the Seaport right now, but one could argue that Downtown Crossing is actually where most of the action in Boston is occurring. “I would say it’s probably the most dynamic market in the city right now,” said JLL SVP Bryan Sparkes. “We’ve seen a lot of new tenants come in here. We’ve also seen retail and residential, so it’s really become the live-work-play… Read More

BBJ awards Sonos lease at LCC

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The Boston Business Journal honored audio manufacturer Sonos Inc.’s expansion from Kendall Square into 170,000 sf at Lafayette City Center with a Best in Boston Real Estate award (slide show) at its annual program. The deal led the charge in establishing the BID as a destination for tech companies. JLL, building owner The Abbey Group, and Colliers International were recognized for the transaction.

LCC team wins big at CBA Awards

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CBA President Elect David Fitzgerald, Roger Breslin of JLL, Tucker Hansen of Colliers, CBA 2015 President Adam Subber, JLL’s Tom O’Regan, Ted Wheatley and Bill Barrack

 

The team of Bill Barrack, Ted Wheatley, and Tom O’Regan took top honors at last night’s 2014 CBA Awards for their lease of 169,606 sf with Sonos… Read More

Downtown by foot

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NAIOP’s guided tour through Downtown gave colleagues and industry professionals an up close and personal look at Boston’s newest projects.

The event began with remarks by Boston Chief of Economic Development John Barros. He encouraging the real estate community to look beyond the deals. Barros said that “it’s important to connect the dots between an active streetscape, employment, and affordable housing.”

Steve Faber of Related Beal… Read More