Silicon Valley software design giant Autodesk is moving into Boston, and will open up its new Seaport District office to startups and researchers, focused on the construction industry’s innovation needs.
“The Seaport area for us is a perfect location because of the creative activity that’s going on right now,” said Autodesk spokesman Paul Sullivan. “We really wanted to be in the heart of the academic community.”
Autodesk and Mayor Martin J. Walsh will formally announce the move today.
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