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Puma’s new North American HQ completes

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Puma’s new North American HQ completes

Gensler designed the project.

By David Malone, Managing Editor | November 4, 2021
Puma headquarters exterior
Photos: Greg M. Cooper

Puma’s new North American headquarters, located at Assembly Row in Somerville, Mass., has officially opened. The facility brings together approximately 450 employees from its two former offices in Boston and Westford, Mass.

The headquarters offers 150,000 sf of flexible office space and provides the company with room to grow its business and attract the best new talent. Building amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, an on-location kids room for children visiting the office, bike storage, a 2,300-sf balcony, and a 19,000-sf roof deck complete with a dining area and art installations. The project is also in close proximity to Assembly Row’s abundant dining, shopping, and health and wellness benefits.

Puma main stair

“To support PUMA’s continued growth, fueled in large part by the North American market, we focused on creating a space that reflects our ‘Forever Faster’ mentality. We put creativity and innovation at the forefront, bringing together our entire North American team to collaborate and propel our brand forward,” said Bob Philion, President of PUMA North America, in a release.

Gensler designed the project and Timberline Construction built it. Federal Realty Investment Trust is the developer.

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Puma HQ office space

Puma HQ gathering space

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