DHK is working with the Cronin Group on the design for a new commercial building in the Seaport District that will bring a signature design to a gateway location in South Boston. Cronin Development recently received tentative designation from the BPDA for the development of a ¾ acre site, adjacent to the existing dry-dock facility, for a building that will house marine-related uses including the Boston Ship Repair Company, research and development labs as well as educational and operational space for marine-related non-profits. The project goals include a high level of resiliency, achievement of LEED Gold standards and a unique, cutting edge design that translates historic precedents into iconic imagery though the use of advanced construction technology. The Cronin Group headquarters and its commissary operations will also be housed in the building. The conceptual design illustrates a five-story structure that will have 125,000 SF of space including below grade parking.
Client: Cronin Development