By Boston Real Estate Times
For photo (L to R): Jon Randall, Senior Vice President of Construction at Boston Properties Chris Maher, Vice President of Development at Delaware North – Boston & TD Garden Dana Morss, Steel Erection Superintendent for JF Stearns Company Charlie Jacobs, CEO of Delaware North’s Boston Holdings Giuliana Di Mambro, Senior Project Manager, Development at Boston Properties Jonathan Hamann, Senior Project Manager for Cives Steel Nathan Bucknell, Project Engineer for Cives Steel
BOSTON – Delaware North, Boston Properties and John Moriarty & Associates celebrated the topping off the 100 Causeway Street office tower at The Hub On Causeway.
This is the last structural component of the entire complex, which has transformed the neighborhood surrounding North Station. The 31-story office tower is set to be the Boston headquarters for Verizon when it opens in 2021, as well as additional office space for Rapid7.
This event was also held to celebrate the Local 7 Iron workers and all other trades who made the project possible.
The Hub on Causeway, a joint-venture development of Delaware North and Boston Properties, is a transformative transit-oriented development delivering more than 1.5 million square feet of mixed-use retail, office, hotel, and residential space, as well as an expansion of TD Garden.
Representing major economic impact for the area and enhancements to the vitality of this important district in the City of Boston, this exciting destination offers a wide range of new resources and amenities to the neighborhood.
See article on bostonrealestatetimes.com.