Boston Scientific to Move HQ to Marlborough

Boston Scientific has announced it will move its headquarters and unknown number of employees to Marlborough.

Boston Scientific Corporation announced Thursday it will consolidate its Natick global headquarters into its Marlborough location, where a new global headquarters campus will be established.

“The expansion of Boston Scientific in the City of Marlborough is a proud moment for our community and is a direct result of the hard work and collaboration of my office, the City Council, and the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation," said Mayor Arthur Vigeant.

The consolidation will begin in the spring of 2013, according to a press release from the company, with employees being essentially moved out of the Natick facility by mid-summer of 2014.

“A new global headquarters in Marlborough will more effectively support our long-term strategic plans,” said Mike Mahoney, president and chief executive officer of Boston Scientific.

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The existing Marlborough facility was purchased by Boston Scientific in 2004 and is located near the intersection of Interstate 290 and Interstate 495. Boston Scientific is in final stages for Natick-based MathWorks to purchase the entire 500,000-square foot Natick facility, which it has occupied since 1995.

Boston Scientific is the latest large company to announce it will be coming to the city. TJX has committed to the city while in the city with their recently announced move.

Richard A Cygan November 13, 2012 at 03:18 PM
Nice 'capture' for the City, now maybe they should really examine building a new fire station on the West side of RTE 495. These plans take time to come to fruition, and that gives our Civic Leader's time to work out the details. Unless they are planning on requiring sprinklers in all new housing, the risk to thousand's of people on that side of the City is growing along with these proposals.


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