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BGI Tops Out Construction on 10 World Trade in Seaport District

Boston Global Investors (BGI) recently topped off construction at its 10 World Trade in Boston’s Seaport district. The 555,250-square-foot, 17-story lab/research and development building has been under construction since March 2022 and is expected to open in the fourth quarter of 2024.

“BGI is proud to celebrate the Topping Off of this transformative project, which embodies our commitment to pioneering sustainable and inclusive real estate developments,” said BGI VP John Hynes IV. “10 World Trade exemplifies our commitment to innovation, diversity and creating spaces that inspire and connect communities.”

The building has already achieved a SITES Pre-Certification and is targeting LEED Gold. Additionally, it is the East Coast’s first Double Platinum WiredScore and SmartScore certified building. The project is being developed with financial partners Wheelock Street Capital and PGIM Real Estate.


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