October 20, 2020
Developer Berkeley Investments has announced plans to transform a vacant warehouse at 176 Lincoln St. in Boston’s Allston neighborhood into a large-scale mixed-use lab development.
Berkeley filed a project notification form with the Boston Planning and Development Agency last week seeking approval to build a three-building development which will include 548,000 square feet of lab-ready office space, 20,000 square feet of retail space, 314 residential units and two acres of open space. The existing property on the site was built during the late 1990s for a telecom company.
“Innovation requires inspiration, which in a city comes from bringing together people with different skills, backgrounds and interests,” said Young Park, president at Berkeley. “At a moment when life sciences are more important than ever, we hope to foster an environment that spurs new ways of thinking, building on the unique attributes of Allston to create a welcoming community for all.”
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