Boston – The property at 10 Winthrop Square in Boston has been reimagined by developer Chevron Partners as an office and retail destination.
With its now fully restored building facade, the 1900s, 6-story building has been rebranded as “10W” and sits across from the 1.8 million sq. ft. Winthrop Center, a development currently underway offering office space, luxury rental apartments and a public space known as The Connector.
Representatives of Chevron Partners say many companies are now desiring less square footage within a more comfortable, inviting, and collaborative environment. 10W accommodates five office tenants and two retail tenants with floor sizes ranging from 3,000 – 4,134sf.
The 30,000sf property includes ceiling heights ranging from 11-15 feet, a new HVAC system, and a 550sf common roof deck addition overlooking Winthrop Square and Winthrop Center. The lobby features Statuario marble, a grand staircase with handcrafted iron railings, plaster crown molding, a new custom elevator cab, a touchless entry system, and designer lighting and furniture by Adige Design.
Office tenants are given the opportunity to select layouts and tailor their space to fit their corporate working style. Options include gas fireplaces for executive offices, meeting rooms and lounge areas; customizable guest powder rooms and kitchens; and flexible office layouts.
For hospitality and retail tenants, a ground floor location features high visibility and 66 feet of frontage with 10-foot windows facing Winthrop Square and the entrances to Winthrop Center. An exclusive retail entrance is provided via a new glass addition, combined with an ADA entrance and freight elevator from street level to basement area. Retail may be leased separately as one space at 2,913sf and another at 3,079sf or in a single combined retail space of 5,992sf. The interior retail space features 15-foot ceilings, 10-foot windows, exposed brick and beams, and fluted cast iron columns.
The project team includes Adige Design, interior design and material sourcing; DJSA Architecture, project architect; Lazare Builders, general contractor; and Newmark, exclusive leasing team.