By Allison Maynard, Communications Associate
The MIT Spec Lab at 130 Brookline Street in Cambridge was certified LEED Gold for Commercial Interiors v2009 on November 14th. Our Chapter Sponsoring Partner Arrowstreet renovated the building into a new laboratory building for MIT, which is now fully occupied by tenants 24M Technologies, an innovative energy storage company founded by two MIT professors, and Intellia Therapeutics, an industry leader in therapeutic gene editing technology.
100 High Street in Boston was certified LEED Silver for Existing Buildings v2009 on Novermber 19th. The property is managed by CBRE New England who provide services and amenities that cultivate creativity and drive productivity.
ONE Marina Park Drive, home to EnerNOC, was designed by our Chapter Sponsoring Partner Elkus|Manfredi Architects and certified LEED Gold for Existing Buildings v2009 on November 20th. The building was the first newly constructed LEED Gold Certified building in Boston in 2010.
Congratulations to everyone involved in these projects! If you have a project that has recently been certified or otherwise earned a distinction, please let us know so we can share the story with your peers in the industry.