Boston – On behalf of Griffith Properties, CBRE/New England announced 94,566 square feet in new lease transactions have been executed at Lexington Crossing, a five-building office park located in Lexington, MA.
Berkshire Bank (11,704 SF), Shaser (8,555 SF), Lanyon Solutions (7,902 SF), GeNO (3,311 SF) and AdaCore (2,854 SF) signed at 81 Hartwell Avenue; AER (24,960 SF), CliftonLarsonAllen (12,976 SF), scPharma (5,136 SF) and Patch Media (3,188 SF) signed at 131 Hartwell Avenue; and Boston Fusion (9,549 SF) and Alpha Pension (4,421 SF) signed at 70 Westview Street.
“With the recently completed park improvements including fully renovated lobbies and a new amenity center with café and fitness center, Lexington Crossing is now positioned as a fully amenitized campus located directly off Route 128 offering highly efficient space options at a great value,” said Jason Levendusky, Executive Vice President/Partner at CBRE/NE. “We are excited to further grow and diversify Lexington Crossing’s tenant roster.”
CBRE/NE’s Andy Majewski, Jason Levendusky, Matt Siciliano, Rob Kinlin and Alex Plaisted represented the landlord in all of the transactions. Transwestern RBJ’s Rob Byrne represented Berkshire Bank, a consumer and commercial bank serving Massachusetts’ Berkshire County; Cushman & Wakefield’s Brendan Daly represented Shaser, a developer of laser and light-based medical devices, and Boston Fusion, a data processing technology developer; Jones Lang Lasalle’s Brendan Cohn represesnted Lanyon Solutions, a provider of cloud-based software for managing meetings, events and travel; Cresa’s Dave Ross represented GeNO, a pharmaceutical company; Oddo, Inc.’s Sam Oddo represented AdaCore, a supplier of software development and verification tools for mission-critical, safety-critical and security-critical systems; Savills Studley’s Tucker Shade represented AER, a provider of science-based solutions to global environmental challenges; Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s Troy Coady represented CliftonLarsenAllen, a wealth advisory, outsourcing and public accounting firm; CBRE/NE’s Nat Kessler represented scPharma, a biopharmaceutical company; Cushman & Wakefield’s Blake Baldwin represented Patch Media, an independent U.S. local news and international platform; and Landmark Real Estate Advisors’ Eric Solem represented Alpha Pension, a fiduciary adviser to small, medium and large companies.
Lexington Crossing, located in the heart of the Route 128 Technology Corridor at the interchange of Routes 128 and 4/225, is comprised of 70 Westview Street, 20
Maguire Road, 81, 83 and 131 Hartwell Avenue. The site consists of five buildings totaling 310,000 square feet of office and R&D space and has recently undergone significant park-wide renovations. The campus boasts a new state-of-the-art fitness center with showers and lockers, and a new full-service cafeteria. With a full complement of area amenities, the site is adjacent to Hanscom Air Force Base and easily accessible from all directions.