Pier 4 Boston Condos Tishman Speyer Development Developer

Tishman Speyer is one of the leading owners, developers, operators and fund managers of sustainable, first-class real estate in the world. Since 1978, Tishman Speyer has acquired, developed and operated 273 projects totaling over 133 million square feet, representing a property portfolio of approximately $73 billion in total value across the United States, Europe, Latin America and Asia. Tishman Speyer’s extensive experience developing and redeveloping iconic mixed-use destinations has resulted in a wide-ranging tenant roster of international industry leaders and globally recognized retail brands. Signature mixed-use projects have included Boston’s 125 High Street and One Federal Street, New York’s Rockefeller Center and Chrysler Center, Berlin’s Sony Center and The Springs in Shanghai.


Pier 4 Boston Condos Architect SHoP

SHoP is an award-winning architecture firm of over 180 talented architects, designers and engineers. Since 1996, SHoP has raised the bar for creative innovation in the field, modeling a new way forward with its unconventional approach to creating built solutions at every scale. At the heart of the firm’s method is a willingness to question accepted patterns of practice, coupled with the courage to expand, where necessary, beyond the architect’s traditional roles. Recent and current work includes the Barclays Center arena in Brooklyn, Manhattan’s East River Esplanade, the Domino Sugar master plan in Brooklyn, the Uber Headquarters in San Francisco and the Botswana Innovation Hub in Gaborone.


Pier 4 Boston Condos Landscape Architect Reed Hilderbrand

Reed Hilderbrand practices landscape architecture as an art of purposeful transformation. The acclaimed local practice comprises over 50 landscape architects and designers working on projects across the United States and Europe. Since the mid-1990s, Reed Hilderbrand has collaborated with artists, business leaders, homeowners, curators, politicians and developers to create landscapes of cultural consequence. Notable past projects include Williamstown’s Clark Art Institute and the Contemporary Austin’s Laguna Gloria Sculpture Park, as well as major Boston projects at Seaport Square Park and the Allston Campus of Harvard University.