Lego Announced They Are Moving Their North American Headquarters To Boston

The LEGO Group on Tuesday announced that it’s moving its North American headquarters to Boston, bringing hundreds of new jobs to the Boston area.

President of the LEGO Group in the Americas, Skip Kodak, believes the move from Enfield, Connecticut, will support long-term growth ambitions to bring LEGO play to even more children.

“Boston is ranked one of the best cities in the world to attract and retain talent. This, along with its world-class academic institutions, skilled workforce and great quality of life makes it an ideal location for our US head office,” Kodak said in a statement. “We have exciting plans for the next phase of growth and hope we can retain many of our current team, as well as attract new colleagues.”

The move to the new office will happen in a phased way beginning in mid-2025 and be completed by the end of 2026, according to Kodak. Until then, LEGO employees will work across two sites – the existing office in Enfield and the company’s LEGO Education office in the Back Bay of Boston, where new roles will be located.

The LEGO Group opened its office in Enfield in 1975. They currently employ about 2,600 people in the United States, with 740 people working full-time in Enfield.

The company now plans to begin a search for a new office location in central Boston.