BOSTON, MA – NAI Hunneman announces the completion of a 47,000 square foot lease transaction with Brigham and Women’s Physicians Organization and a 17,000 square foot lease with ClearEdge Partners to relocate to 254 Second Avenue in Needham. The building is in the process of undergoing a major transformation with the addition of a top tier amenity package that includes a fitness center with men’s and women’s locker rooms, an upscale grab and go café, an outdoor patio, and renovated common areas.
The NAI Hunneman team of Ned Halloran, Leeanne Rizzo, and Sean Hannigan represented the landlord, Grander Capital Partners. ClearEdge Partners was represented by Andrew Whipple and Brendan Cohn from JLL in their relocation from Newton, while Julie Gray from McCall & Almy represented Brigham and Women’s Physicians Organization.
“Grander Capital Partners’ hands on approach to ownership and operations was a huge advantage to help secure commitments from these two tenants,” said Ned Halloran, of NAI Hunneman. “The commitment from ownership to perform major building updates allowed us to reposition the building in the market and secure long-term commitments from ClearEdge and Brigham and Women’s.”
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