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Suffolk Project 401 Park Wins Preservation Award

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The Boston Preservation Alliance has recognized Suffolk’s 401 Park Project with a Preservation Achievement Award recognizing outstanding achievements in historic preservation

BOSTON, June 23, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Suffolk, one of the country’s most innovative and successful builders and real estate enterprises, had its 401 Park project, otherwise known as the Landmark Center-Sears Roebuck building, recognized by the Boston Preservation Alliance as a 2022 Preservation Achievement Award Winner.

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Suffolk project 401 Park was selected as a Boston Preservation Alliance 2022 Preservation Achievement Award Winner. (Photo: Business Wire)

The Boston Preservation Alliance is an independent organization that seeks to protect Boston’s historic character through advocacy and education. Each year, the Boston Preservation Alliance honors outstanding achievements in historic preservation and compatible new construction in Boston. This year, the Boston Preservation Achievement Award recognized only six projects out of a very competitive field for their positive impact on the city’s built environment. Winning projects each year serve as models for future preservation work of Boston’s historic character and architecture.

401 Park, an art-deco building originally opened in 1928 as a warehouse and distribution center, is a time-honored feature of Boston’s Fenway neighborhood due to its large size and striking architecture. This building was designated a Boston Landmark in 1989 and added to the National register of Historic Places in 1991. Over its almost 100-year lifespan, Landmark Center has experienced vacancies, threats of demolition, and the transition of a changing neighborhood.

Suffolk was contracted for a preservation-friendly renovation of the first two floors and parking garage of the Landmark Center, honoring the building’s history while revitalizing the site as a dynamic community space. The scope of work included removal of a parking lot to accommodate a new one-acre park, which hosts a winter ice skating rink, as well as core-and-shell space activating common areas on the garage level, ground-floor lobby, and second-floor atria and lobby. Thoughtful details such as a custom-designed railing with Boston-centric names and places helped this reinvented space pay homage to the building’s true industrial character and prominence as a Boston landmark. The project had three goals: to honor the long history of the 401 Park building; connect Boston’s Fenway and Longwood Medical neighborhoods; and transform the space into a vibrant hub for workers, residents, and visitors.

Suffolk has an impressive portfolio of historic landmark preservation successes, and the 401 Park project marks the company’s third consecutive year being awarded a Boston Preservation Achievement Award. In 2020, Suffolk received the distinction for its work renovating the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, an iconic 1875 Gothic Revival cathedral in Boston’s South End. Last year, Suffolk’s renovation of Emerson College’s 1917 Little Building earned the company a 2021 Boston Preservation Achievement Award. Suffolk has also notably restored the 1911 Burnham Building as well as the Liberty Hotel, formerly Boston’s Charles St. Jail, which was originally constructed in 1851. Suffolk’s commitment to respecting architectural integrity and experience providing thoughtful and collaborative solutions on complex projects such as these allowed the firm to successfully bring new life to 401 Park Street and preserve this Boston landmark’s priceless history.

For more information about the history of the 401 Park Street building and Suffolk’s 2022 Boston Preservation Alliance Preservation Achievement Award selection, please visit the Landmark-Center Sears Roebuck page published by the Boston Preservation Alliance.

About Suffolk
Suffolk is a national enterprise that invests, innovates, and builds. Suffolk is an end-to-end business that provides value throughout the entire project lifecycle by leveraging its core construction management services with vertical service lines that include real estate capital investment, design, self-perform construction services, technology start-up investment and innovation research/development.

Suffolk is a national company with $5 billion in annual revenue, 2,400 employees and main offices in Boston (headquarters), New York, Miami, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Estero, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Diego. Suffolk serves clients in every major industry sector, including healthcare, science and technology, education, gaming, transportation/aviation, and commercial. Suffolk is privately held and is led by founder, chairman and CEO John Fish. Suffolk is ranked #23 on the Engineering News Record list of "Top 400 Contractors." For more information, visit www.suffolk.com and follow Suffolk on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram.

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Contacts

Dan Antonellis
617-517-4232
DAntonellis@suffolk.com