Seaport Square in Boston

Credit: Banker & Tradesman

For Boston’s Central Business District, 2014 with be similar to 2013.  Continued rent growth in the Class A and B office market with office vacancy continuing to decline.  Mixed-use office space should also be front-and-center.

From Banker and Tradesman:

“Most urban projects that are on the drawing pad today have some mixed-use component, even if it’s just ground-floor retail,” said Shawn Hurley, executive vice president for Skanska USA Commercial Development in Boston. “That is reflective of the desire to strengthen the urban nature of these buildings, with pedestrian access and activity along the streets.”

The complete, related B&T article can be found, here.