At Wexford building, empty floors are no worry

VACANT SPACE: Andrew Galvin, first vice president for commercial realtor CBRE Inc., which is marketing office space on the sixth and seventh floors of the Wexford Science & Technology building in Providence, says the underdeveloped look of the vacant space is intentional, designed to give prospective tenants the freedom to build out the space to their needs. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
VACANT SPACE: Andrew Galvin, first vice president for commercial realtor CBRE Inc., which is marketing office space on the sixth and seventh floors of the Wexford Science & Technology building in Providence, says the underdeveloped look of the vacant space is intentional, designed to give prospective tenants the freedom to build out the space to their needs. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
It’s 11 a.m. on a sunny, January morning, and the Wexford Science & Technology building – located in Providence’s I-195 Redevelopment District – booms with activity. The sounds of construction reverberate from the staircase, while laughter echoes in the lobby as a group of 20-somethings cluster around a table with coffees. One floor up, the…

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