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US seafood processor reveals plans for new Boston headquarters

The $20 million development project expands the seafood industry cluster in South Boston.

Massachusetts seafood processor Boston Sword & Tuna (BST) announced Monday it is constructing new headquarters on a growing waterfront hub for seafood in South Boston.

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The $20 million (€17.5 million) development project creates a nearly 50,000 square-foot seafood processing plant for BST on a portion of a 6.5-acre Massport-controlled waterfront property known as Parcel 6.

The parcel is part of the Massport Marine Terminal (MMT), a project that includes the Boston Economic and Industrial Corporation (EDIC) to develop a seafood industry cluster on a 40-acre site in South Boston.

The new processing facility will include 36,000 square feet of processing area, a test kitchen for new product trials, 10 loading bays, a small gym for employees, and 13,000 square feet of mezzanine office space.

"Having our own building in South Boston will have a big impact on how we do business," said BTS President Michael Scola.

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