Canal Park

Tenant Redevelopment
Cambridge, MA
Canal Park
After being vacant for the past four years, Canal Park in Cambridge, MA was recently purchased by Beacon Capital Partners. With the goal of repositioning the space in order to attract new tenants, Beacon Capital commissioned NELSON and ESI Design to re-design the building’s lobby. The client was impressed by the team’s combined efforts on the lobby renovation of 745 Atlantic Avenue located in Boston and wanted to capture a similar feel.
 
The space was designed to incorporate maps of the city of Cambridge, exemplifying the region’s topography to visitors and tenants alike. Natural wooden panels were included in Canal Park’s interiors, lining the walls of the lobby with space for LED screens and lights beneath various sections. Audio and visual technologies were integrated into the design to allow the screens and lights to act as live, scrolling news sources and constant changing photos of the city. The project’s lighting system was designed by Brinjac Engineering, A NELSON Company.

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