Watertown, MA – Bowdoin Construction recently completed construction of the new “Pavilion,” a 1,500sf multi-tenant retail building at Arsenal Yards in Watertown.
Designed by Studio TROIKA, the Pavilion is occupied by Ben & Jerry’s, with another smaller space being used for temporary pop-ups. The distinctively shaped building, featuring a cantilevered roof, was constructed of steel and glass.
The Pavilion is part of a larger redevelopment effort at Arsenal Yards led by Boylston Properties and Wilder. Aimed at creating a new live, work, play mixed-use neighborhood, the more than 1 million sq. ft. property will offer residences, shops, and restaurants, along with a 146-room hotel and entertainment, fitness, office and lab spaces.
“We’re excited to have the Pavilion at Arsenal Yards completed, and were thrilled to welcome Ben & Jerry’s to the space earlier this summer, said Brad Lozier, director of retail development at Wilder. “Bowdoin Construction did a fantastic job on the building, which is certainly a hallmark of our development.”