South Coast Improvement Company (SCIC), a design-build general contractor serving New England and the Mid-Atlantic states, recently completed a renovation for Equity Residential, 660 Washington Street in Boston, Massachusetts. The project was a conversion of storage units into co-working office and conference room space for residents at the luxury, high-rise 660 Washington Apartments located in Boston’s Theatre District.
“With more and more people working remotely, Equity Residential wanted to give its tenants a work-from-home option without taking up space in their home,” said Tom Quinlan, president of SCIC. “The conversion of 3,000 square feet of storage units provided telecommuting and self-employed residents with first class workspace options.”
The renovation featured: 14 individual work offices; four common space co-working desks, one conference room; two private, soundproof phone booths; one lounge area; one work bar station with customer butcher block countertops; new lights; full mechanical/electrical/plumbing system; HVAC/fire alarm; a common area kitchenette; and a DIRTT Modular System installed for flexible workspace design.
SCIC completed work at 660 Washington Apartments in nine weeks, finishing in August 2021.
Standing amid the Boston skyline, Equity Residential’s 660 Washington Apartments presents a peerless luxury living experience. It features studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units with a vast number of amenities, including 24-hour Concierge and Doorman; 24-hour Fitness Center; Wi-Fi in common areas, heated indoor pool, massage center and more.
For complete information, visit https://www.equityapartments.com.