Stull and Lee Incorporated

architecture + planning

South Station Headhouse

The historic South Station Headhouse, initially designed by Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge, was a lively hub of activity during the height of railroad travel.
Following decades of decline, Stull and Lee’s assignment from the Beacon Companies was to redesign the modified Headhouse to accommodate commercial office spaces on the upper floors and colorful, animated retail uses in a great train hall which encompasses the street and mezzanine levels.