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Lofty Aspirations

Suburban Office Tenants Ditch Traditional Designs

Companies Add Urban Flair To Lure Younger Workers

Sun-splashed, open and collaborative workspaces have become all but mandatory. When moving from Cambridge to Woburn, mobile tracking company Trimble asked landlord Cummings Properties to modernize the 19,000-square-foot facility with an outdoor patio, skylights, indirect lighting and accent walls.among creative and tech-sector companies in Boston and Cambridge, but suburban office tenants of all types are lining up for their own makeovers and landlords are breaking out the buzzsaws.

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