Agero and affiliates, The Cross Country Group and Financial Recovery Technologies, occupy all the space in 400 River’s Edge Drive. Criterion completes construction of 150 River’s Edge Drive. PLA completes the 10,000-square foot wetland under the contract with MASSDOT. The Central Garage opens. Criterion completes construction of 100 River’s Edge Drive.PLA completes construction of 200 River’s Edge Drive. The River Cafe opens.PLA completes the Park, including creation of approximately 1.5 acres of wetlands and the necessary environmental remediation, and the Park officially opens. PLA transfers approximately 3.7 acres to Criterion Development Partners, which begins construction of 100 River’s Edge Drive. The MVDC relocates the last existing tenant from the site.Construction of the Tufts Boat House is completed.PLA completes removal of a 270-foot by 40-foot, 100-ton, abandoned barge imbedded in the riverbank in the southeast quadrant of the property.Mass Highway completes construction of River’s Edge Drive.PLA begins construction of the Park as designed by Shadley Associates, the project’s landscape architect.PLA with input from the Citizens Advisory Board saves the willow tree just south of the Tufts Boat House.PLA and Tufts University enter into a ground lease providing for Tufts to construct a boathouse for its crew teams; Tufts begins construction of the boathouse.The MVDC acquires the 18th and final parcel for the Medford Phase. The Phase I site is now fully assembled. The MVDC and PLA agree that the first phase will be constructed in Medford. Project size is increased to 442,000 square feet.Mass Highway under the supervision of the MRA begins the reconstruction of River’s Edge Drive—then known as Corporation Way.