MPA Completes Repositioning of Campanelli’s Two Heritage Landing

Two Heritage Landing:  Interior hallway

Two Heritage Landing: Interior hallway – Warren Patterson Photography.

Quincy, MA – Margulies Perruzzi Architects (MPA) announced the opening of the repositioned and renovated building at Two Heritage Drive at Heritage Landing in North Quincy.

Campanelli engaged MPA to work with its design, leasing and construction teams to develop a comprehensive strategy for improvements to the nine-floor, 185,000sf Class A office building that provides potential tenants with all the amenities and dynamism of a downtown building.

Built in 1982, Two Heritage Drive required significant exterior and interior updates to renovate it as an upscale, high-tech building with urban amenities. The exterior front access point was repositioned to a more accommodating area of the building, and two entries were redesigned as easily recognizable, branded arrival points; both feel more current and inviting.

Inside, MPA redesigned the lobby with a sleek and dynamic vibe and added a new contemporary urban café featuring the downtown eatery Sebastians, a grab-and-go coffee kiosk, and a high-end fitness center.

The existing 70-seat conference center was refreshed with modern finishes, and core building components were updated, including elevator lobbies, bathrooms, and common spaces on upper floors.