455 Grand Union Boulevard, home to Puma’s North American headquarters, is a 14-story mixed-use building located in the Assembly Row development completed in 2021. Cranshaw built the core and shell for this 250,000 SF office building with 30,000 SF of ground-level retail and 335,000 SF of parking. Communal roof terraces are located on building’s 6th and 13th floors. Additionally, six levels of open air parking, including 489 spaces, were constructed within the building’s footprint.
The building’s core and shell attained LEED Gold accreditation.
The project is a transit-oriented development centered around the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Assembly Station on the Orange Line.
Cranshaw fit-up tenant spaces on floors 2-6. Federal Realty Investment Trust’s office space features an open floor plan layout with abundant natural lighting and sweeping views. Occupying half of the 6th floor, Federal’s new Boston regional office features modern and sleek décor with polished concrete floors and an exposed white ceiling. The space has a mix of closed and open offices as well as a communal kitchen, conference and huddle spaces. Some modifications to the multi-tenant corridor were made as well. A spec suite on the other half of the sixth floor and improvements to elevator lobbies are under construction in 2023.
Federal Realty Investment Trust
Jacobs Architecture; IA Interior Architects (Federal Offices)
614,400 SF (7,580 SF Federal Fit-out)