Article from Banker & Tradesman

Appalachian Mountain Club is offering naming rights at its new headquarters and a training and equipment center in Charlestown.

The outdoors group purchased 10 City Square for $13.1 million last year after selling its longtime Beacon Hill property at 3-5 Joy St. for $15 million. AMC has completed its move into half of the 38,442-square-foot building.

The organization also leased space at 6 Spice St. near the MBTA’s Sullivan Square station for a new training and equipment center supporting its Youth Opportunities Program.

AMC will offer naming opportunities for interior spaces at both properties, the organization announced Monday.

Boston-based RODE Architects designed renovations to the historic 19th-century City Square building, where AMC will occupy two-and-a-half floors. Space on the second floor which is equipped with audio-visual equipment, catering kitchen and conference rooms will be made available to outside groups starting in 2018, AMC said.

Mansfield-based Rubicon Builders updated the offices to maximize natural light. The Green Engineer Inc. of Concord is working with AMC on a long-term sustainability plan, and Leominster-based manufacturer AIS provided sustainable office furnishings.

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