Joe Fallon Building Boston Harbor Condominiums Construction Slated for Spring 2013

Article Courtesy of: Boston Business Journal

A conversation with Joe Fallon Article Courtesy of:  Boston Business Journal by Thomas Grillo, Real Estate Editor Joe Fallon, president and CEO of the Fallon Co. Joseph Fallon, the pioneering Hub developer who is turning waterfront parking lots into gleaming glass office towers, is getting closer to putting another shovel in the ground at Fan Pier with construction of a 12-story condominium building on Boston Harbor. Fallon talked with Boston Business Journal real estate editor Thomas Grillo following the launch of MassChallenge 2012 at his building, One Marina Park Drive. TG: Give us an update on Fan Pier, the $3 billion district neighborhood spanning nine city blocks. Construction began last summer on two … [Read more...]

Fan Pier Boston News: Vertex Leases Additional Space at One Marina Park Drive

One Marina Park Drive - Seaport District - Fan Pier

Vertex adds 56K sq ft in Fallon's Fan Pier building Article Courtesy of:  Boston Business Journal by Thomas Grillo, Real Estate Editor Vertex is leasing space at One Marina Park Drive in advance of moving its headquarters to Fan Pier in 2013. Vertex Pharmaceuticals is wasting no time moving to Boston’s Seaport District. The Cambridge. Mass., firm that has a pair of buildings under construction at Fan Pier is leasing two floors at One Marina Park Drive, Joseph Fallon’s first waterfront building on what is expected to be a $3 billion neighborhood spanning nine city blocks. Vertex is temporarily leasing 56,000 square feet on the 12th and 13th floors as it builds new headquarters nearby. “We moved a couple of … [Read more...]

Louis Move to Fan Pier: One Year Later

Fan Pier Boston - Louis Seaport District Fan Pier Boston

A fan of Fan Pier: Retailer Louis says it’s doing well in once-remote section of city Boston Business Journal by Lisa van der Pool, lvanderpool@bizjournals.com Article Courtesy of:  Boston Business Journal A little over one year ago, high-end clothing retailer Louis left its well-established spot as the chic Grand Dame of Newbury Street, for a new building on Fan Pier. People openly wondered whether Louis’ customer base would make the transition across the city, to shop in a neighborhood known for its parking lots, not its fashionable ambiance. All the same, Louis’s owner, Debi Greenberg, who would not disclose revenue, said sales are moving in a positive direction, “Louis has captivated a new audience on the waterfront, while … [Read more...]

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