Zmags Offices to Move to Summer St in Boston
Normandy Real Estate Partners has signed five leases totaling 51,056 square feet at 281 and 321 Summer Street in Boston, Mass, both of which were purchased by Normandy in 2007.
The CB Richard Ellis /New England team of Bill Crean, Senior Vice President/Partner, Ogden White, Senior Vice President/Partner, and Tim Howe, Vice President, represented the landlord in all transactions.
Space with a Soul has signed a lease at 281 Summer Street, a seven-story 173,241 square foot office building. The non-profit mission accelerator occupies 14,592 square feet. Space with a Soul was represented by Deb Stevens, Principal of The Stevens Group.
The four other deals were inked at 321 Summer Street, an eight-story 93,964 square foot building.
– AisleBuyer LLC, the creator of mobile self-checkout software, occupies 10,813 square feet on the eighth floor; Landmark Real Estate Advisors’ Principal, Eric Solem, and Partner, Robert Elmer, represented AisleBuyer LLC.
– Zmags, the online publishing platform provider, is moving into 10,635 square feet on the third floor; Zmags was represented by Graham Allison , Assistant Broker, and Mark Cote, Managing Director/Co-Founder, of T3 Advisors.
– Apperian, a mobile application management firm, moved into 8,903 square feet on the first floor; Apperian was represented by Matt Godoff, Advisor, and Karyn McFarland, Senior Vice President, of Grubb & Ellis.
– Architecture firm isgenuity LLC will take 6,113 square feet on the fourth floor. Boston Realty Advisors’ Adam Schneier, Managing Director, represented isgenuity LLC.
The two historic office buildings in South Boston’s Fort Point Channel Seaport District, dating back to 1910 and 1911, have undergone major renovations to update the lobbies and install new HVAC systems, electrical service, windows, roofs, sprinklers and elevators.
Both are accessible via public transportation and nearby highways. They are located in a vibrant and upcoming neighborhood that features several cultural, retail and business attractions. Developers, together with the City of Boston, are turning the district into a 24-hour neighborhood, which should help expand nearby attractions and public amenities, as well as increase the appeal and value of its real estate.