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MassMutual Opens 17-Story Building in Boston

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What You Need to Know

  • The MassMutual building is part of a big new development an affiliate is building.
  • The mixed-use neighborhood has 3 million square feet of commercial and residential space.
  • MassMutual has donated one floor to a state startup support program.

Leaders from Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance and other organizations cut the ribbon earlier this week on a big new MassMutual office tower in Boston.

The 170-year-old, Springfield, Massachusetts-based life insurer says the 17-story, 310,000-square-foot building has room for about 1,000 workers.

The building is part of the $4 billion Fan Pier development on Boston Harbor.

Barings, a MassMutual asset management affiliate, is in charge of that project. Fan Pier will offer a total of about 3 million square feet of commercial, residential and community space, MassMutual said in the ribbon-cutting announcement.

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MassMutual noted that the Fallon Co., the developer in charge of the MassMutual tower, finished it on schedule, in spite of the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

MassMutual is celebrating completion of the project by giving $1 million to King Boston, to support the nonprofit’s Center for Economic Justice program. The company is also donating a floor in the new tower to MassChallenge, a program that supports organizers of new companies.

Pictured: MassMutual’s new building in Boston. (Photo: Fallon)