Griffith Properties Secures 10 New Tenants in Lexington

Jason Levendusky

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.

Jason Levendusky
Jason Levendusky

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.




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