Government Center


Mixed Use Reposition


50,000 SF

Year Acquired


Developer & Design Concept

Chevron Partners

General Contractor

Lazare Builders

Project Architect

Kripper Architecture Studio

Material Sourcing

Adige Design

Sears’ Crescent

Built as a commercial row house in 1816, the Sears’ Crescent Building is a landmark for the City of Boston. The charm is unmistakably Bostonian.

The Sears’ Crescent Building is the quintessential Chevron office property. A charming historical property with all of its details restored while being fully rehabilitated for modern office conveniences. Sears’ Crescent shows how Chevron Partners does Brick and Beam Boston like no other.



History lives with Modernity

True to Chevron Partners’ brand, history in architecture survives with modern life inside its structures.

The Sears’ Crescent building on Cornhill, home of the 41st office of The First National Bank of Boston, was built by David Sears’ in Victorian imitation of the Tontine Crescent of Charles Bulfinch, the great architect of the Federal Period.

Sears’ Crescent has been renovated to have the most modern office amenities, design, and services essential to today’s workplace and work force. Its architectural features are lovingly preserved and restored in all their grandeur, ensuring that this property remains a sought after destination for the next generation of working Bostonians. 

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