Valor Capital has purchased two modern 100% leased industrial buildings located at 100 & 110 Jytek Park, for $7.45 million. David Stubblebine and James Stubblebine, principals of The Stubblebine Company/CORFAC International, represented the ownerBourne, MA
Summit Realty Partners, Inc. has completed the sale of Monument Beach Marketplace, located at 170 Clay Pond Rd. The 56,000 s/f property on 16.18 acres sold for $4.8 million.Brookline, MA
Mark Levy passed away on August 4th
at the age of 64 after a long illness. Mark lived with his wife, Gail.Boston, MA
JLL has hired industry veterans Bob McGuire and Rob Walles as managing directors and Sam Crossan and Alison Powers as senior vice presidents. The new hires come to JLL from CBRE where they have a long track record of success.
Intimissimi is an Italian Lingerie Store that has managed to stay alive and well during the retail upheaval. In fact it has blossomed. Opening its first store on Fifth Ave. in NYC in 2017, it currently has 40 + stores across the U.S. and is still going strong. It has cultivated a brand that stands for quality in materials, fit and sales associates.Stoughton, MA
Barry Crimmins, founder and principal of the Law Offices of Barry R. Crimmins, P.C., focusing in the areas of real estate law and land use permitting, and Noreen O’Toole, former town planner, have launched their new firm, Platinum Partners, LLC.Peabody, MA
Novaya Real Estate Ventures leased 62,000 s/f of office space to Spire Printing at 1 First Ave. The lease represents Spire’s relocation from their metro-Boston location at 85 Bay St. to the North Shore.Braintree, MA
Building on the commitment by governor Charlie Baker and mayor Marty Walsh to address the Commonwealth’s housing crisis by boosting affordable housing opportunities, full-service real estate and property management firm
Delphi Construction, Inc. has completed construction of a new parish hall for Church of the Messiah, the first Episcopal Church established on Cape Cod in 1852. The 6,000 s/f renovation and new construction project consisted of the restoration and modification of a wooden buildingFranklin, MA
John Eysenbach of R.W. Holmes Commercial has closed on the $1.6 million sale of the former Strategic Materials site with TMC Holdings & Development, LLC to start new construction at 45 Kenwood Circle.