T3 Advisors completes renovation of LogMeIn’s new HQ in the Innovation District

LogMeIn’s new HQ. Photo courtesy of T3 Advisors.
LogMeIn’s new HQ. Photo courtesy of T3 Advisors.

T3 Advisors said it has just helped complete a 12-month renovation of LogMeIn’s new corporate headquarters in Boston’s Innovation District — a.k.a. the South Boston Waterfront.

T3, which was project manager of the renovations, initially helped LogMeIn relocate from Woburn and negotiate a lease with a new landlord before managing a renovation project that started last year.

Specializing in cloud-based computer services, LogMeIn operates a service that lets people remotely access their computers.

At 100,000 square feet, LogMeIn’s new office at 320 Summer St. is about twice as large as it what it occupied in Woburn. Built in 1904, the location at 320 Summer St. was originally a brick-and-beam warehouse.


LogMeIn moved into its Boston office in April while final renovations were ongoing. With space to accommodate additional growth, the Boston office has a headcount of about 250 employees.

“Thanks to the great teamwork and collaboration between T3 Advisors and LogMeIn, we were able to breathe life into a historical building that not only provides the company with a larger space but is a true reflection of the corporate culture,’’ Marc Cooperstein, senior vice president at Boston-based T3 Advisors, said in a statement. “Since they have taken occupancy of the new space, you can sense the team’s excitement; we’re confident that being in this great Boston Seaport location with better opportunities for collaboration will empower LogMeIn’s ongoing success.’’

LogMeIn is one of many companies to either relocate or expand in the Innovation District.

Accounting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP recently signed a lease that will trigger construction of a 17-story office building along Seaport Boulevard, a Globe story in August noted.

Among many other firms that have committed to the district are State Street Corp., the financial services company, and the law firm Goodwin Procter LLP.

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