Select Press Coverage from January 21, 2021
As seen in The Boston Globe
By Jon Chesto
Massport awards $123m lease for Seaport property that will include a new Silver Line station
The Dallas-based developer’s plans also call for a 730,000-squarefoot building to house life sciences companies. A team led by Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co. has won a long-term lease for one of Massport’s few remaining development parcels in the Seaport with bid valued at about $123 million that includes the construction of a new MBTA Silver Line station. The Lincoln team beat out six rivals for the valuable piece of real estate: a 99-year lease for more than 2.5 acres of Massachusetts Port Authority land at the end of Congress Street.
As seen in Boston Business Journal
By Catherine Carlock
Lincoln to develop life-science, tech training center in Boston’s Seaport
The Massachusetts Port Authority board has tapped Lincoln Property Co. to build a 730,000-square-foot life-science and technology career training center and a Silver Line station on Parcel H, a Massport-owned parcel on Congress Street in the Seaport District. “Our plans will transform this underutilized parcel into purpose-built lab and office space to support the region’s thriving life sciences and innovation economy,” Scott Brown, executive vice president at Lincoln Property Co., said in a statement.
Lincoln’s project team for the Parcel H site will include Boston Innovation Land LLC and Boston Collaborative Advisors as co-developers; Arrowstreet, studio enée and Moody Nolan on the design team; Suffolk Construction and General air on construction and Elaine Construction on interior buildout.
As seen in Banker & Tradesman
By Steve Adams
Lincoln Property Picked for $590M Massport Development
Massport officials selected Lincoln Property Co. to develop a 730,000-square-foot mixed-use project including office and lab space, a life science career center and upgrades to the MBTA’s Silver Line Way station in the Seaport District.
The developers complied with Massport’s request for strong minority- and female-owned participation in the design and development teams. The design team is a joint venture between Arrowstreet, Moody Nolan and Studio Enee, while Suffolk will partner with General Air and Elaine Construction. A 15,000-square-foot life science career academy will be built on a smaller adjacent parcel. Developers also plan a public concourse that provides weather-protected access to a new Silver Line station.
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