BOSTON– DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners of Boston announced that it has selected JLL as the exclusive office leasing agent for 40 Warren Street, a completely redeveloped 53,000 square foot mixed-use building currently under construction in Charlestown.
JLL will be marketing 39,900 square-feet of first-class office space spanning the upper three floors that are set to deliver later this year. The topping off ceremony for this exciting project was completed earlier this week.
“We are very excited to reintroduce 40 Warren Street to Charlestown,” said Toby Banta of DLJ. “With a complete overhaul of this property, 40 Warren will provide nearly 40,000 square feet of Class A office space, along with onsite amenities and a ground floor retail experience that will benefit tenants and the greater Charlestown community alike. Featuring excellent ceiling heights, oversized windows with harbor views, open floor plates for single or multi-tenant users and proximity to a variety of MBTA lines; 40 Warren offers a first-class experience for tenants looking to be a part of the Greater Boston market.”
The all-new 40 Warren is ideally located in Charlestown’s highly desirable City Square which offers direct access to I-93 and Route 1. Within a 12-minute walk of the MBTA Commuter Rail, Green and Orange Line at North Station, 40 Warren provides a convenient connection point for talent in both Downtown Boston, Cambridge, and in-demand suburbs just north of the City.
“With tenants facing supply constraints in Downtown Boston and Cambridge, 40 Warren Street provides the perfect opportunity for companies looking to locate in an emerging submarket within prime access to talent, transit and amenities,” said JLL Managing Director Bryan Sparkes. “DLJ’s rehab of 40 Warren Street will deliver the type of first class, creative office product that the market desperately needs.”
The JLL team on the assignment is comprised of Managing Director Bryan Sparkes, Managing Director Molly Heath, Executive Vice President Chris Decembrele, and Vice President Brian Flaherty.