The Boston Globe building’s rebirth: From newspaper HQ to innovation park

Feb.February 01, 2018 05:19 PM

Developer Nordblom offered a vision of the future for the 700,000-square-foot former headquarters of the Boston Globe in Dorchester that includes a tech-friendly co-working space, a food hall and craft breweries. Nordblom plans to gut the inside of the building, which it bought for $81 million in December. The developer hopes to complete the necessary permitting process by summer and open the renovated building in 2019. [Boston Globe]

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