Condyne Capital Partners, LLC in collaboration with Polar Design Build, Inc. announced that it has completed a 37,052 SF tenant fit-up for Wayfair, LLC located at 15 Leonard Street, BlueStar Business Park in Norton, Massachusetts.
Wayfair is one of the world’s largest destinations for home goods. Offering expert customer service and interior design skills, they continue to develop tools to make shopping and decorating easier and fun! Wayfair carries one of the largest online selections of furniture and home décor to satisfy every budget and style including brands from: Joss & Main, AllModern, BirchLane and Perigold.
Wayfair is one of the major tenants in 15 Leonard Street where they will occupy 37,052 SF for its newest photography studio center complete with large photo areas featuring varying scenery and a shop area that will be used for repairing photo props. The studio features, 32’ clear height, hanging strut for power cables, lighting and separation curtains as well as a battery charging area and HVLS large ceiling fans for circulation. In addition to the photo studio, there is 6,000 SF of office space, a large conference room, wellness room, and a spacious open area to accommodate up to 30 cubicles.
Polar Design Build teamed up with Maugel Architects (Architect), CBC Associates (MEP Engineer), and Flood Consulting (Structural) for the building.
Bluestar Business Park and the new Wayfair office is conveniently located in the Southeastern submarket of Boston off Route 495. Phase I of Bluestar Business Park is Condyne’s newest development comprising of 445,000 square-feet of modern high bay fulfillment centers serving todays E-Commerce market. Condyne Capital Partners, LLC is a vertically integrated development firm providing design, construction, asset management and property management services throughout the Northeast. The firm has developed in excess of 20M square-feet of primarily industrial properties since its inception with a concentration in high bay fulfillment, multi temperature cold storage, food production and manufacturing space.