The Boston Globe | By Tim Logan
September 16, 2016
There could soon be more people working in the “new” South End.
The Boston Redevelopment Authority on Thursday approved a new 11-story office building at 321 Harrison Ave. overlooking the Massachusetts Turnpike.
The $80 million project, to be build by Burlington-based Nordblom Development Co., would be the first new office building to a stretch of the South End that has seen a flood of housing development in recent years.
The mid-rise, with 230,000 square feet of office space above a three-story garage, would sit alongside and share a lobby with an existing office building next door at 1000 Washington Street that houses a variety of state agencies.