The 2002 'A' List: Boston Properties Inc.

Sept. 5, 2002
Who's Who in the Buildings Market
Boston Properties Inc.Boston, MA(617) 236-3300www.bostonproperties.comBoston Properties Inc., a self-administered and self-managed real estate investment trust (REIT), develops, redevelops, acquires, manages, operates, and owns a diverse portfolio of Class A office, industrial, and hotel properties. According to the Boston offices, the company's portfolio includes 127 office buildings, totaling 30.26 million square feet; three hotel/motel buildings (1,054 units), totaling 937,874 square feet; and five industrial buildings, totaling 593,222 square feet. Since becoming public in June 1997, Boston Properties has experienced rapid growth through property acquisitions. The company markets, develops, and manages its properties through fully staffed regional offices and assembles a critical mass of properties in core markets.
[Editors' Note: Concentrating its fully integrated expertise in four core markets - Boston, Midtown Manhattan, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco - has pushed this company to greater growth, efficiencies, and recognition among the locales it dominates.]

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