Atlantic Wharf Tower Occupancy Rate Reaches 100%

Atlantic Wharf Tower Occupancy Rate Reaches 100%

The Atlantic Wharf tower, built in 2011, along the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway has no more available space. McKinsey and Co., a global consulting firm bought 35,000 square feet of office space in the tower.

Above, Boston’s $550 million Atlantic Wharf Tower

This was all of the tower’s remaining space; McKinsey and Co. will be taking up one and a half floors of the 31-floor tower on Boston’s waterfront.  With the lease signed the tower’s occupancy rate will have reached 100%.

Formerly, the offices of McKinsey and Co. were at 75 Park Plaza.  The company will have left behind 36,200 square feet of office space.  Altisource, a mortgage services company, has also negotiated a deal to take nearly 12,000 square feet in the building. (Boston Business Journal)

The Atlantic Wharf Tower is a mixed-use glass tower development.  Inside there is 750,000 square feet of office space, 30,000 square feet of retail and public spaces, 80 apartments, and a parking garage with 650 spaces. Class A Rent, in the Financial District said, space in Atlantic Wharf was going for $51.81 per square foot. (Boston Business Journal)

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