Reebok Headquarters in Boston

Jun 14, 2018

Category: Living

After residing in the sleepy suburban town of Canton for years, Reebok finally decided to uproot and move closer to the action, settling on a massive 220,000 square-foot campus near Boston’s waterfront Seaport District. And now, we have the chance to gander inside at the completely renovated space.

Designed by the San Francisco-based Gensler architecture firm, the space is an impressive mashup of bare-bones minimalism and natural warmth, combining a grayscale aesthetic with dashes of color in the form of potted plants and wood accents. And while the workspace is certainly impressive, the bigger bonus of the new space is a 30,000 square-foot gym area that includes a large open weight room, a yoga studio, a spin room, and even a boxing ring. But, really, we wouldn’t expect anything less from the official brand of cross-fit. Oh yeah, and you can visit the monstrous campus, even if you don’t work there – because a part of the building is a dedicated retail store.

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