Jan. 20, 2020
Anchoring Boston's exploding Seaport District, the huge 1.4 MSF office complex, stretching 1/3 of a mile long, was once a structure where thousands of workers worked on US warships.
Constructed in 1918 atop a series of mud flats, it was a vital asset to the war effort in WW II. At its height, over 50,000 people worked night and day to repair American and Allied ships there.
Now, after $100 million in renovations, it has lured many creatives, designers, engineers …