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Goulston & Storrs Takes 100K SF in Move to One Post Office Square

Goulston & Storrs PC has agreed to take about 100,000 square feet at the remade One Post Office Square office tower in downtown Boston, leaving its longtime offices at 400 Atlantic Ave. The move is the largest law-firm relocation to be announced in Boston since the start of the pandemic, according to the Boston Business Journal

The law firm, among the largest in Boston, had been in discussions to move to the 42-story building, which is owned by a Morgan Stanley fund, since at least last spring. The lease encompasses the 25th through 28th floors. The move is expected to take place next year, the Business Journal reported. 

Anchor Line Partners and JLL have undertaken a total redevelopment of One Post Office Square, replacing its concrete facade with an all-glass exterior and renovating the interior space. Plans call for new ground-floor retail and an automated parking garage. 


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