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  • Exterior photograph of office building with the entry with 101 sign over door, green canopies
  • Exterior photograph of entry to office building with 101 sign over door
  • Interior photography of office building lobby showing green wall and mural and coffee station
  • Interior photograph of office building lobby with stepped seating and green living wall
  • Interior photograph of office exercise facility with large windows and mural



101 Station Drive was rebranded and renovated from a Class B space to a more modern, collaborative, Class A workplace that today’s tenants demand. To open the building to more natural light, the front entrance was pushed out, a transformer was relocated and the front façade replaced with a new dynamic glass curtain wall. Also at the front a new canopy, landscaping, and outdoor gathering places around a central fireplace were added. The new brighter lobby features stadium-style seating, as well as a café with Wi-Fi access and a new high-end fitness center that is visible from the entry drive, further advancing the connection of outside and inside and enlivening the entry sequence. Adding visual impact and color, a unique piece of custom artwork was created for the full-wall graphic design in the café area.

Cranshaw also did several tenant fit-outs at 101 Station Drive, including 92,000 SF for General Dynamics; 28,000 SF for Mott McDonald; and 25,000 SF for Boston Children’s Hospital.



National Development


Margulies Perruzzi

Project Cost

$16.6 Million


208,000 SF