Partners HealthCare Breaks Ground on Gensler-Designed Administrative Campus

(l to r) State Senator Patricia Jehlen, Mark Ehrlich, New England Regional Council of Carpenters, Brian Doherty, Building and Trades Council of the Metropolitan District, City of Somerville Alderman Bill White, City of Somerville Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone, Dr. Gary Gottlieb, President & CEO, Partners HealthCare, Congressman Michael Capuano, Don Briggs, President, Federal Realty Boston,and  City of Somerville Alderman Mark Niedergang

(l -r) State Senator Patricia Jehlen; Mark Ehrlich, N. E. Council of Carpenters; Brian Doherty, Building and Trades Council of Somerville; Alderman Bill White, of Somerville; Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone; Dr. Gary Gottlieb, president & CEO, Partners HealthCare; Congressman Michael Capuano; Don Briggs, president, Federal Realty Boston; and Somerville Alderman Mark Niedergang

Somerville, MA – On Monday, December 1, the city of Somerville, Partners HealthCare, and Federal Realty Investment Trust broke ground on the latest phase of development at Assembly Row in Somerville, the administrative campus for Partners HealthCare.

Gensler, the global design firm, has been selected to design the new  750,000sf campus that will consolidate more than 4,500 administrative staff at the Somerville development. The campus design is focused on enhancing organizational performance and operational efficiency.