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Innovation. Collaboration. Inspiration. WHERE IDEAS AND COMPANIES GROW An urban oasis in a world-class city. Cambridge Discovery Park is a 27-acre first-class office…
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Innovation. Collaboration. Inspiration. WHERE IDEAS AND COMPANIES GROW An urban oasis in a world-class city. Cambridge Discovery Park is a 27-acre first-class office and research campus on Route 2 in Cambridge, MA. CDP currently features 400,000 sf that includes three state-of-the-art buildings and a parking garage, lush green space, infrastructure and public utilities. Surrounded by Alewife Brook Reservation, CDP is one of the largest campuses in Cambridge, after MIT and Harvard, and delivers first-class amenities both on- and off-site in a richly landscaped environment. The campus offers a unique combination of proximity to the Alewife MBTA Red Line, Boston, and Logan International Airport via major highways; views of the Boston skyline; an abundance of green space; and tremendous on- and off-site amenities and services. Approximately 250,000 square feet remain for new Class A office, R&D, and life science space. UNPRECEDENTED ON-SITE AMENITIES ã The Café at Discovery Park ã Full service fitness center with studio classes ã Footpath or shuttle bus to the Alewife MBTA Red Line station just minutes away ã 150 room hotel (coming 2016) ã Conference center, restaurant and bar (coming 2016) ã Zipcar ã Bike lanes and racks ã Zagster bike-sharing program ã Electric car charging station ã Garage parking ã ATM banking service ã New riverfront park ã Numerous retail services in the area WORLD-CLASS TENANTS ã Forrester Research ã The Smithsonian Astrophysical Institute ã Wilex ã Genocea Biosciences Forrester Research’s headquarters is certified LEED Platinum Build your future at Cambridge Discovery Park. Cambridge Discovery Park offers the perfect combination of urban amenities and suburban appeal, creating unique possibilities for your new business home. At completion, the 27-acre Cambridge Discovery Park will include first-class tenants in six buildings, a hotel with conference center and restaurant, two parking garages, rich landscaping, and bicycle and pedestrian paths. The first phase of 400,000 sf is complete with two state-of-the-art buildings with a full-service cafeteria and fitness center and a structured parking garage. CDP has permits in place for the build-to-suit construction of one additional first-class office, R&D, and life science building and one structured parking garage. The campus can accommodate one 250,000 sf building. BUILD-TO-SUIT FEATURES ã Zoning: Office Research — allows for a wide variety of office, R&D and laboratory ã Delivery Condition: Rough graded pad with utilities to street; off-site and common area infrastructure completed to allow proper ingress and egress to the park ã Lot locations ready for construction ã 6 floor, 250,000 sf build-to-suit opportunity ã State-of-the-art building can be completed within 12 months after a lease agreement has been executed ã High visibility with tremendous branding opportunities ã Tenant signage opportunity ã Boston skyline views Cambridge Approved Masterplan TOTAL REMAINING DEVELOPMENT 819,916 sf 250,000 sf 2 P1 100 200 P2 300 400 500 FUTURE DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT SITE PLAN VOX Pedestrian Overpass GARAGE A 6 stories 652 spaces 2 GARAGE B 6 stories 400 spaces BUILDING 600 HOTEL 4 stories 150 Rooms WETLAND AREA 10.78 acres BUILDING 100 6 stories 128,601 sf BUILDING 400-500 6 stories 250,000 rsf BUILDING 200-300 6 stories 192,405 rsf cafe & fitness = 9,451 sf DCR VISITOR LOT FORMER MDC PARKING LOT 4.22 acres Acorn Park Drive Fo ot pa th to th eM BT A existing building coming soon future development LITTLE RIVER Sustainability at the Park Cambridge Discovery Park has been and will continue to be designed and constructed to minimize its negative impact on the natural environment. Sound planning, design, engineering and construction techniques are being used to create an urban oasis while protecting natural resources. When Bulfinch purchased the Arthur D. Little site in 2000, it quickly returned nearly 10 acres back to open space and natural vegetation restoring areas of the 1950s post-war office park into bountiful green space as it was in the early 1900s. Former parking lots and impervious areas were restored into a natural buffer between the Little River and portion of the property to be developed (closest to Route 2), including adding ponds and other natural features that strengthen the sustainability of the Park. GREEN INITIATIVES AT CDP INCLUDE: ã Wetland preservation ã Roof greening ã Tight building envelope to conserve energy ã Sustainable purchasing ã Water-efficient landscaping and ponds for rainwater runoff ã Electric charging stations ã Highly efficient heating and cooling systems ã Zipcar car-sharing station ã Waste management and recycling of building materials ã Bicycle sharing program and storage ã Water and energy conservation through efficient plumbing and lighting ã Preferential parking for carpooling and hybrid/electric cars HVAC BOSTON Logan International Airport MINUTES TO AREA AMENITIES Park87 Residences CAMBRIDGE Fresh Pond Park way Recreational Fields Archstone CambridgePark Residences Route 16 to 93 Footpa th to Minuteman Bike Path Alewife Station MBT A St atio Atmark Cambridge Residences 180 CambridgePark Drive Residences FUSE | 165 CambridgePark Drive Residences The Residences at 160 CambridgePark Drive Hanover CambridgePark Residences Alewife Reservation The Residences at 130 CambridgePark Drive n 400 500 2 P PSHIRE Lawrence North Andover Silver Maple Forest Lowell elmsford 495 Essex Andover Route 2 to 95 Tewksbury Vox on Two Residences Carlisle 3 95 62 38 225 128 Reading Billerica Wakefield Salem Burlington on FUTURE DEVELOPMENT Beverly Danvers IDEAL LOCATION Marblehead Woburn Bedford Peabody 128 cord 1 Lexington 2 CAMBRIDGE 20 BOSTON Wellesley Newton 9 WHY CAMBRIDGE DISCOVERY PARK am 109 Franklin 9-MIN 9-MIN 24-MIN 5-MIN shuttle ride to Alewife MBTA Red Line station Medford Somerville Weston Natick 5-MIN walk to new AC Hotel by Marriott coming in 2016 Malden Waltham 1-MIN Logan International Airport Massachusetts Bay 1 ã World-class 128Cambridge address ã Superior tenant roster Milton Sherborn ã Build-to-suit/Make it your own ã UrbanDedham conveniences with suburban appeal Quincy ã Proximity to public transportation ã Abundance of on-site amenities Westwood Braintree ãMillisPlentiful green space Randolph 1 parking ã On-site covered Canton Walpole ã Green design 24 ã Numerous new 95 residential options Sharon Stoughton walk to the Alewife MBTA Red Line station Hingham Cohasset drive to Logan International Airport 3 Weymouth Brockton 3 East Bridgewater drive to Route 128 Zagster bike ride to area amenities OWNER/DEVELOPER: Michael Wilcox The Bulfinch Companies 781.707.4000 a class= __cf_email__ href= /cdn-cgi/l/email-protection data-cfemail= 620f00152200170e040b0c010a4c010d0f [email protected] /a script data-cfhash='f9e31' type= text/javascript /* ![CDATA[ */!function(t,e,r,n,c,a,p){try{t=document.currentScript||function(){for(t=document.getElementsByTagName('script'),e=t.length;e--;)if(t[e].getAttribute('data-cfhash'))return t[e]}();if(t&&(c=t.previousSibling)){p=t.parentNode;if(a=c.getAttribute('data-cfemail')){for(e='',r='0x'+a.substr(0,2)|0,n=2;a.length-n;n+=2)e+='%'+('0'+('0x'+a.substr(n,2)^r).toString(16)).slice(-2);p.replaceChild(document.createTextNode(decodeURIComponent(e)),c)}p.removeChild(t)}}catch(u){}}()/* ]] */ 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