Hudak, Minnerly, Osvold, Hannigan & Bachman of Colliers broker $12.35 million sale of Foxford Business Center

November 08, 2019 - Front Section
Foxford Business Center, 960R Turnpike Street - Canton, MA

Canton, MA Colliers International’s  senior vice president Caleb Hudak, executive vice president Cathy Minnerly, vice president Ovar Osvold, associate Sean Hannigan, and senior client services specialist Glenne Bachman sold the Foxford Business Center at 960R Turnpike St. The fully leased industrial building is situated on 8.13 acres and home to 13 tenants across its 112,375 s/f footprint. 

Caleb Hudak
Cathy Minnerly
Ovar Osvold
Sean Hannigan
Glenne Bachman

The team advised their client, The Naughton Co., in the $12.35 million ($110 per s/f) sale to Longpoint Realty Partners. Foxford Business Center’s development has occurred in stages, beginning in 1984 and with subsequent additions in 1990 and 1995, and has been maintained by The Naughton Co. since day one. As a result, the asset attracted widespread interest from local and institutional buyers alike, drawn to its stability, class A, all block construction, new Sika roof, and superior loading dock ratio potential of 2.5 docks per 1,000 s/f.  

“Quality assets in thriving flex/industrial settings such as Canton are relatively scarce,” said Osvold. “We are extremely pleased with the outcome here. The overall response to this opportunity was staggering and that’s a direct reflection of the seller’s hard work and attention to detail over the years. It was an absolute pleasure working with Longpoint Realty Partners to secure this core product in their home market.” 

“The purchase of 960 Turnpike represents a continuation of Longpoint’s strategy of acquiring highly functional, shallow bay industrial assets near major population centers,” said founding partner of Longpoint Realty Partners, Robert Provost. “This asset is a great addition to our growing Boston industrial portfolio. It was a pleasure working with John Naughton and the entire Colliers team. True professionals all around.” 

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