Boynton Yards is a 1.8M SF life science and innovation community in Somerville, MA — less than one mile from Kendall Square/MIT — with the capacity to host 1.3M SF of Class-A lab/office space, 450 apartments, a creative arts center, over 2 acres of public green space, and more.
The Right Dimensions For Success
101 South Street, the first life-science building at Boynton Yards, offers open plan flexibility for companies to imagine and grow.
The Neighborhood Of Now
Boynton Yards lies less than a mile away from the intellectual and creative hub of Kendall Square. Connected by the MBTA Green Line to all of Boston, Boynton Yards further establishes Somerville as a hub for collaborative science and tech industries—as well as a destination for eclectic dining and live music.
101 South Street at Boynton Yards is a 9 story, 290,000 SF Class-A lab/office building. The building will achieve LEED Gold and WiredScore Platinum certifications upon completion, a testament to sustainable and highly efficient spaces. A below grade parking garage for 250 vehicles and indoor bike storage and service area makes arriving at work a breeze.
Typical Floor Plan
Indoor Bicycle Spaces For Storage And Service
Underground Parking Spaces
Of Programmed Green Space
Somerville is all about community and culture. With a homegrown restaurant and music scene, it is a unique destination embedded in the education and innovation hub of the world. There is no better place to raise a family and pursue a career. A growing and sustainable neighborhood, Boynton Yards will offer restaurants, breweries, and entertainment, as well as over two acres of common green space.
combined community benefits
to Affordable Housing Trust
in annual new real estate taxes
to Green Line Extension (GLX)
Open space benefits
dedicated to public realm
Civic Space (20%)
Streets & Sidewalks
3 Million Gallon
detention tank & pump station
Additional Community Benefits
Lab Buildings (Phase II + III)
Passive House Living
Affordable Housing Units
available to the public
Did you know…
Boynton Yards is part of Somerville's comprehensive urban plan, “SomerVision 2040”, to revitalize the city with a new economic and real estate development strategy. Over $500 million in infrastructure improvements—including a new high school—will intimately link Boynton Yards to surrounding neighborhoods and innovation centers via modernized access roads, a clearer traffic grid, and more.
101 South Street is approved for construction
DLJ , Leggat McCall Properties, Shawmut and SGA were joined by Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone and City Councilor J.T. Scott, to celebrate the official groundbreaking on 101 South Street at Boynton Yards.
Somerville Zoning Ordinace is passed.