BostonBoston<p>In Boston, Forest City operates well over 1,000 apartment homes and nearly two million square feet of office and bio-tech/R&D space. Forest City's presence in the market has been growing since the mid-1980s. While development activities have centered on the award-winning University Park at MIT (see property profile) mixed-use technology campus in Cambridge, our Boston-area portfolio also includes several additional residential projects, both downtown and in select communities across New England. </p><p><a href="" target="_blank">University Park at MIT</a> is an award-winning, 27-acre campus environment of 2.6 million square feet,  steps from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and minutes from Boston's other renowned research and academic institutions. University Park has delivered vitality to a previously underutilized light industrial/warehouse section of Cambridge, creating a collaborative environment that brings together 10 advanced life science R&D buildings with traditional office space, more than 500 residential units and a variety of retail and services, all connected  by  landscaped parks and open spaces. </p><p>University Park at MIT is a well-established center for science, technology transfer and upscale urban residential life, thriving in the heart of the highly sought Cambridge real estate market. For more information, visit <a href="" target="_blank"></a>.</p><p>One of our newest additions to Boston's residential portfolio is <a href="" target="_blank">Radian</a>, a sleek, 27-story high-rise tower with 240 luxury apartments providing sweeping city views of the bustling financial district.</p><p>Known for our adaptive reuse projects, Forest City transformed a former bakery factory at University Park at MIT, and a former leather footwear mill in Haverhill, Massachusetts, into thriving residential communities.</p>



University Park at MITUniversity Park at MIT<div>University Park at MIT is a multi-building redevelopment project in Cambridge, Massachusetts.</div><div>The 2.3 million-square-foot development is adjacent to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) campus. It includes multiple research lab/office buildings and residential components, along with neighborhood-serving retail. The development blends new construction with several adaptive reuse projects, transforming former industrial buildings into research and residential sites.</div><div>The 27-acre property, which began in 1983, is built-out and occupied by residents and an array of biotech companies, both new and well-established, that benefit from their proximity to several nearby major research universities and hospitals, including MIT and Harvard.</div><img alt="" src="/SiteCollectionImages/Property%20Images/Mixed%20Use/University%20Park%20at%20MIT%202800x934.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Mixed UseUniversity-Park-at-MIT