Culture, industry, and community converge in Boston’s Seaport district, creating one of the most dynamic and vibrant neighborhoods in the country. Unlocked after a decade of development and $22 billion of public investment, Seaport is now home to an ecosystem of more than 350 companies, from global leaders in technology and biotech, to groundbreaking startups. In the heart of the district, WS development is transforming 33 acres of land, composed of 7.6 million square feet of residential, hotel, office, retail, entertainment, civic and cultural uses, as well as signature public open spaces. The project represents the single largest active development project in Boston’s history.
1 Boston Wharf Road
One Boston Wharf Road is a 17-story, 707,000 square foot, mixed-use building designed by world-renowned Henning Larsen architects of Copenhagen, Denmark. In addition to 630,000 square feet of office space, One Boston Wharf Road will feature ground floor retail and a new performing arts center, comprising two live performance venues of 500 and 100 seats, respectively, which together will add significant state-of-the-art capacity for the performing arts in Boston. The building will front on a 1.5-acre park that will open later this year as the epicenter of Harbor Way, a pedestrian-friendly artery that will connect Summer Street to the water’s edge, designed by James Corner Field Operations, the landscape architect behind New York’s High Line. Construction will commence later this year with completion in 2024.
111 Harbor Way
Designed by a collaboration between the San Francisco and Boston offices of Gensler, 111 Harbor Way is a 525,000 square foot, 17-story mixed-use building. The first two stories of the project contain 80,000 SF devoted to retail and restaurant uses. The remaining 15 stories feature 430,000 SF of office space that will be fully occupied by a leading global technology firm. Gensler respected the authentic industrial context of the Seaport, creating a building that has a timeless aesthetic and a highly articulated expression. The building’s design emphasizes human-focused elements, including outdoor terraces on alternating floors and the Paseo, a street-level interior public promenade lined with shops, cafes, and a welcoming central amphitheater. The project is expected to achieve LEED Gold certification.
400 Summer Street
400 Summer Street is a 16-story laboratory building designed by the renowned practice of Morris Adjmi Architects of New York City. The 625,000-square foot building will be home to Foundation Medicine, which will occupy 580,000 square feet of laboratory and office space. The building will also host 30,000 square feet of neighborhood retail uses. The Project includes the construction of the Summer Steps, an iconic public gathering place locatedbetween 350 and 400 Summer Street that will also provide a major new pedestrian connection from Summer Street to Congress Street at the southern gateway of Harbor Way, leading to the edge of Boston Harbor. The project is expected to achieve LEED Gold certification.
In a newly formed joint venture, WS will steward a collaborative effort among Fenway Sports Group Real Estate (FSGRE) and ’47 Brand in the redevelopment of multiple sites in the Fenway neighborhood. The project will include approximately 5 acres within close proximity to Fenway Park located on Jersey Street, Brookline Avenue, Van Ness Street, and Lansdowne Street. The project aspires to build community and dynamism beyond the Park via active streetscapes and new uses, while respecting the historic fabric and significance of Fenway Park.
The Royal Poinciana Plaza
Palm Beach, Florida
Designed by the world renowned architect John Volk in 1957, who also designed homes for America’s “Royal” families: the Vanderbilts, the Duponts, the Fords, the Dodges, and the Pulitzers—Palm Beach’s Royal Poinciana Plaza stands as an iconic Palm Beach shopping experience. Located in the heart of the island, its 180,000 square foot layout is home to lush gardens and palm trees, designed around two central courtyards. A destination for indulgence, inspiration, and retreat, The Royal Poinciana Plaza provides an idyllic shopping experience unlike any other for the stylish Palm Beach set. The renaissance is now complete. We invite you to explore this global destination for true luxury, delicious food, and pure fun.
Hyde Park Village
Hyde Park Village is a lifestyle center unlike any other in the region. Blending modern architecture, European-inspired detail, and high-end outdoor shopping in Tampa’s most historic district, Hyde Park Village is home to a unique combination of retail shops and restaurants spanning over 270,000 square feet. Stroll the neighborhood to discover destination brands as well as stand-out locals, such as CineBistro, Pottery Barn, Anthropologie, bartaco, Suitsupply, Kendra Scott, Buddy Brew Coffee, Meat Market, Hyde House, SoulCycle, and Goody Goody.
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
A cosmopolitan cornerstone serving one of the most affluent regions in the country, The Street offers a high-end fashion experience, one of a kind dining, state of the art entertainment, and a rotating retail pop-up for the tastefully chic.
With retail stores like J. Crew, lululemon, Vineyard Vines, Sephora and NIKE, along with an amazing blend of great restaurants like Davio’s and Legal C Bar, MarketStreet Lynnfield is the premier destination for shopping, dining and entertainment on the North Shore of Boston. At the middle of the property is “The Green” which has become the emotional “heart” of an entire region, hosting numerous community events in the summer months, while becoming a skating rink during the winter months.
Conveniently located at exit 15 on I-95, Legacy Place in Dedham is the area's dominant open-air shopping and dining destination in a large, dense trade area with tenants like Whole Foods Market, lululemon, Apple, Legal C Bar, SoulCycle, Sephora, Anthropologie, sweetgreen, Caffé Nero, and Peloton. With a contemporary twist on retail, its spacious outdoor layout sets it apart from anything in the market.