One Kendall Square

One Kendall Square was David Clem's first adaptive re-use project in East Cambridge.  In the mid 1980s, David Clem and his partners in The Athenaeum Group designed and developed this complex of twelve industrial buildings, setting the standard for mixed-use science parks.  With over 1.0 million square feet, the project became home to the largest concentration of biotech firms on the East Coast, all within an adaptive re-use environment featuring shops, restaurants, entertainment, day-care and landscpaed open spaces.

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    The former home of Boston Woven Hose, this project helped revitalize Kendall Square.