The newest tenant is pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline. About 1,300 employees will be relocating from a downtown office tower to an $80 million, 208,000-square-foot building by the end of this month.
The move allowed the company to custom-make an energy-efficient, eco-friendly building with modern collaborative workspaces and an open floor plan, and the location is much closer to the airport, said Glaxo project manager Ray Milora.
‘‘Everyone really is excited to be down here,’’ he said. ‘‘We were in a very traditional, standard, beige, American office space. ... It’s amazing how everything changes by taking down walls and being able to see people.’’