The District Burlington
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  • Exterior photograph of roof deck in corporate setting with table and chairs and outdoor TV
  • Interior photograph of office lobby with elevators
  • Interior photograph of office common space with a kitchen island with stools and red lights above
  • Exterior photograph of re-positioned building entry
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  • Interior photograph of dining area of corporate office
  • Interior photograph of corporate lobby with tables and chairs and living green walls
  • Exterior photograph of repositioned office building
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  • Exterior photograph of retail space - Pressed Cafe
  • Exterior photograph of retail space- TD Bank
  • Exterior photograph of retail space - Oyster Bar
  • Interior photograph of office lobby and elevator space with stone walls

The District Burlington

Burlington, MA

Cranshaw Construction was the lead construction manager on the improvements at The District – formerly known as the New England Executive Park – a 1M+ SF office and retail park purchased by National Development, Charles River Realty Investors and AEW in 2013. Cranshaw completed upgrades to the Rebecca’s Café exterior and interior in Building 800 as well as a lobby renovation there. Renovations were also completed on a new lobby and entry at Building 2400. Work was also completed on a $13M site work improvement package including utility upgrades, landscape improvement and the addition of pedestrian pathways; façade and entry improvements to Buildings 1500, 1600 and 1700; $2M in off-site traffic signalization improvements on Mall Road; a two-level structured parking garage adjacent to Building 24; demolition to some of the lower portion of Building 700 and the addition of a four-story, 56,000 SF new expanded podium for public and office space; 24,000 SF of restaurant shell space in three new buildings; and pre-construction on a potential 160,000 SF new build-to-suit office building.

 

In 2022, Cranshaw fit-out offices in The District Burlington for Butterfly Networks‘ headquarters.

Client

National Development

Architect

Elkus Manfredi

Project Cost

$50 Million

Size

104,000 SF