Office and Lab Space at NorthPoint
available to Lease
in Cambridge, Ma
posted on November 4, 2013
Director of Economic Development
This dynamic 45-acre mixed-use community in East Cambridge, now under development by The HYM Investment Group, has build-to-suit opportunities for both offices and labs. The NorthPoint neighborhood brings the opportunity to create a completely customized campus, headquarters or signature workplace in the heart of the technology and life sciences super cluster. Fully permitted and approved sites can deliver efficient floorplates from 40,000 to 80,000 sf and meet overall requirements for up to 2,000,000 sf. Designed to meet progressive LEED standards, these buildings will also enjoy frontage on NorthPoint Common and views of the Financial District, Boston Harbor, Back Bay, Charlestown and the Charles River. Abundant local amenities, adjacency to premier institutions and the ease of access make NorthPoint a highly desirable location for a business or organization seeking prominence, flexibility and connectivity.
|Property Use||Lab, Office|
|Parking||This property has parking available|
|Square feet available||80,000|
|Property Owner||The HYM Investment Group|
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