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Old Posted Oct 26, 2019, 2:24 PM
Citylover94 Citylover94 is offline
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Boston doesn't have a ton but there are a few examples of buildings with small floor plates in that height range. They can be profitable but often there lots available for development are larger than that and it take either relatively short buildings or very high costs to make up for the loss in rentable square footage.

The smallest about 2,000 sf Beacon Hill

4,000 sf Harvard Square area

Three towers near the Harvard campus all 4,000 sf or less rotate the camera Peabody Terrace

This is technically about the limit but it is only 5,000 sf so I am including this building in the theatre district as well: Moxy Hotel, Theatre District
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