One Brookline Place has been the most visible and desirable medical office building in the greater Boston area for more than 20 years. With an approximately 45,000 square foot expansion nearing completion, the building provides a rare leasing opportunity for medical tenants with small to large space requirements. This expansion is conceived of as a new third wing of the building, and will tie into the existing, fully refurbished lobby with new retail space, and connect to the elevator lobbies on all floors. The addition is slated for completion in mid-2019.
One Brookline Place is prominently positioned along the Route 9 medical corridor and adjacent to the MBTA Green Line’s Brookline Village station on the Riverside branch. As a result, the building is just a short walk or subway ride from the Longwood Medical Area. One Brookline Place therefore offers an exceptional opportunity for medical tenants seeking to occupy space within immediate proximity of the Longwood Medical Area’s synergistic teaching hospitals including Boston Children’s Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and Dana Farber Cancer Institute, along with prestigious colleges/universities, which include Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Public Health, Northeastern University and Simmons College.
One Brookline Place’s prestigious in-place tenant roster includes Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Centre Pediatric Associates, Commonwealth OB/ GYN, Diagnostic Ultrasound, Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians and Quest Diagnostics. Of additional note, Boston Children’s Hospital will serve as the clinical anchor tenant of the adjacent Two Brookline Place, a brand-new medical office building currently under development, and slated for a late 2019 completion. Two Brookline Place will be a 182,500-square-foot, eight‐story, mixed‐use building with medical office and ambulatory care uses on upper floors. The ground floor will also include retail space.
In 2017, an approximately 675 parking space, seven-level precast concrete garage replaced a 359 parking space, four-level garage.
Once completed, the campus will boast superior access to enhanced retail and amenities, the improved and expanded parking facility, public transportation and more appealing
landscaping throughout the campus.