The LEGO Group has revealed the location of its new headquarters for the Americas in Boston.
After announcing in January that the company intends to move from Enfield, Connecticut, LEGO has revealed that 1001 Boylston Street has been chosen as the location of its Americas head office starting in 2026. Located at the intersection of Boylston Street, Massachusetts Avenue, and Newbury Street, the new office will support the company’s long-term growth ambitions and mission to continue to inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow.
“We’re incredibly excited to be moving to a new location with such a rich history, ideally located in Back Bay, between Boston and Cambridge,” says Skip Kodak, President of The LEGO Group in the Americas. “1001 Boylston Street represents an investment in our future and a commitment to our employees. We believe that a modern, collaborative work environment will help creativity and innovation thrive, and we’re excited to see what we can accomplish in this new space.”
The selection of 1001 Boylston Street follows an extensive search of the city. The location was strategically chosen to draw upon the region’s diverse talent pool and foster relationships with other companies in the area.
“This move aligns with our long-term growth strategy and underscores our commitment to remaining at the forefront of innovation,” says Kodak. “Boston is one of the United States’ most livable cities, with world class arts and leisure activities, education and research partners, and a thriving business community. Our move to 1001 Boylston Street ensures that we can continue our mission to bring LEGO play to even more children in the U.S. and the Americas region.”
Spread over five floors and more than 100,000 square feet, the new office spaces are being created with innovative design at its heart. 1001 Boylston Street has been designed with well-being, accessibility, and sustainability in mind. The site will be accessible to those walking and cycling to work, and is near public transit with Green and Orange Line stops within walking distance.
LEGO’s move will begin in mid-2025 and is expected to be complete by the end of 2026.