Transwestern | RBJ today announces the firm brokered a 41,705-squarefoot lease on behalf of building owner Nordblom Company with tenant Keurig Green Mountain Inc. (NASDAQ: GMCR). The space at 201 Burlington Road in Bedford will be used for office, research and development purposes. Partners Brian McKenzie, James Lipscomb and John Wilson represented Nordblom in the transaction.
Electric vehicle charging stations, a bicycle-sharing program, a putting green and an organic-based cafeteria with indoor and outdoor seating are just a few of the “West Coast-style” amenities that convinced cloud computing company Citrix Systems to relocate from Bedford to Burlington.
3rd Ave, the dining and entertainment heart of Burlington, announced that they have completed a 1,358 SF lease with 18|8 Fine Men’s Salon. Being developed by Nordblom Company, the 3rd Ave retail-walking street is anchored by the newly opened Wegmans and currently home to The Bancroft, Boston Interiors, Carter’s Diamonds, and Cambridge Savings Bank with Tony C’s, Kings Bowl, PAUL Bakery, Redstone American Grill, and Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams opening in the near future.
3rd Ave Burlington, the dining and entertainment heart of Burlington, announced that they have completed a 9,000 square foot lease with Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. Being developed by Nordblom Company, the 3rd Ave retail-walking street will be anchored by Wegmans and Kings Bowl and home to The Bancroft (now open), Tony C’s, Redstone American Grill, Boston Interiors, PAUL Bakery, Cambridge Savings Bank (now open), and Carter’s Diamonds.
Nordblom is planning to develop a six-story office building in Northwest Park, adding to the recent growth spurt on its nearly 300-acre Burlington campus.
3rd Ave Burlington, the dining and entertainment heart of Burlington, announced that they have completed a 2,627 square foot lease with PAUL Bakery. Being developed by Nordblom Company, the 3rd Ave retail-walking street will be anchored by Wegmans and Kings Bowl and home to The Bancroft, Cambridge Savings Bank, Tony C’s, Redstone American Grill, Boston Interiors and Carter’s Diamonds.
3rd Ave Burlington, the dining and entertainment heart of Burlington, announced that they have completed two new leases totaling 22,825 SF. The signed leases are with Boston Interiors (17,757 SF) and Carter’s Diamonds & Fine Jewelers (5,068 SF).
Nordblom Company announced the acquisition of the former Palomar Medical Technologies world headquarters at 15 Network Drive in Burlington, MA. Nordblom, in conjunction with its partner, Network Drive Owner, LLC, purchased the 130,000 SF building for $25.75 million from Cynosure, Inc (NASDAQ: CYNO) who recently acquired Palomar.
Burlington, Mass.-based Nordblom Co. has filed plans with the Boston Redevelopment Authority for approval to build a pair of apartment buildings across the street from the old Herald site. Under the proposal, the developer is seeking approval for 345 Harrison Ave. that would include a 14-story building along Harrison Avenue with 369 units and a second, 13-story building with 233 units on Washington Street.
Nordblom Company announced today that they are building a new facility for DCU (Digital Federal Credit Union) and sold a site to the Primrose School of Burlington. Both will be located on Greenleaf Way, which is directly across Middlesex Turnpike from Network Drive. Both facilities are under construction and plan to open this winter, and will add to the growing mix of amenities available to office tenants in Burlington.
Governor Deval Patrick on Thursday toured the Northwest Park and the 3rd Ave project in Burlington with local officials and developers to see how the public investment project has unlocked significant private investment in the area and to discuss the importance of partnering with cities and towns to create jobs and economic opportunity.
Boston, MA - On behalf of Nordblom Company, CBRE/New England announced today that a new lease has been signed at 1000 Washington Street in Boston, Massachusetts. ValueOptions, the nation’s largest independent behavioral health and wellness company, will occupy 39,385 square feet at the property in May 2013.
ValueOptions signs lease at Boston’s 1000 Washington St. - See more at: http://www.boston.com/businessupdates/2013/08/05/valueoptions-signs-lease-for-space-boston-washington-nordblom-says/HhTdqBzq8XsTopciGsJwUI/story.html#sthash.YxgRXiVb.dpuf
Nordblom Company announced today that it has sold 50 Congress Street in Boston, MA, a 179,872 SF landmark office building in the heart of the financial district, to KBS Capital Advisors.
BURLINGTON - As construction continues each day in Northwest Park, there are other types of activity taking place, such as tenants requesting to move to another part of the park because they’ve outgrown their current tenant space.
Redstone American Grill to Open at 3rd Ave Burlington in 2014
10,000 square feet leased
Cambridge Savings Bank to Open at 3rd Ave Burlington in 2014
3,300 square feet leased
The Nordblom Company announced that the Webber Restaurant Group will have a high-end steak house, The Bancroft, as part of the Northwest Park development.
Nordblom Co., which is developing the 3rd Ave mixed-use complex that plans to feature lots of retail and entertainment, said that Kings Bowl will join a Wegmans supermarket as an anchor tenant for the Burlington project.
NetBrain Technologies, creator of network automation software, is opening their new corporate headquarters at Network Drive at Northwest Park in Burlington, Mass.
The Burlington Board of Selectmen gave approval last week for a liquor license for Kings Bowl which is being built across from the incoming Wegman's.
BURLINGTON - The Planning Board unanimously approved the Nordblom Company’s three special permit applications for 32 Second Ave during last night’s meeting.
BURLINGTON - The Nordblom Company opened hearings consisting of three special permit applications for 32 Second Ave at the Planning Board’s most recent meeting.
Burlington - Nordblom Company, owner and manager of Northwest Park, is ready to embark on the residential component of its mixed-use property, now the process of being transformed from an office park built in the 1960s to a state-of-the-art property including office buildings with retail and housing amenities on site.
Evidence of a planned mixed-use redevelopment project in Northwest Park in Burlington will soon be visible as construction of a new Wegmans supermarket and a series of restaurant and retail buildings starts.
Local and state officials gathered at the upcoming NorthWest Park for a ground breaking event for the Wegman's set to open in Spring 2014.
Burlington, MA - Nordblom Company is pleased to announce the $215 million recapitalization of Network Drive at Northwest Park in Burlington, MA. Nordblom originally acquired the property in partnership with CarVal, an affiliate of Cargill, and now completed the sale to institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management. The Eastdil Secured team led by Senior Managing Director James McCaffrey and Director Sarah Lagosh represented the seller and procured the new partner.
Nordblom Company, owner of Northwest Park, is investing big in Burlington’s future as an innovation center.
Electrical and communication product supplier Graybar’s South End property has fetched $14 million from a Burlington real estate company that’s eager to redevelop the warehouse.
Security software firm Veracode is moving its corporate headquarters to Network Drive at Northwest Park in Burlington from its current location in Burlington.
BOSTON — Nordblom Company announced that Dyax Corp. (NASDAQ:DYAX) has opened its new corporate headquarters in Network Drive at Northwest Park. Their 45,000-square-foot first class office and lab space in 55 Network Drive is the result of an extensive build out featuring office areas and laboratory facilities.
Lieutenant Governor Timothy Murray today joined state and local officials in Burlington to announce a $1.5 million MassWorks Infrastructure Program grant for infrastructure upgrades to the 4th Avenue area of NorthWest Park. The project will create more than 100 construction jobs and lead to $90 million in private investment.
For years Burlington has sat enviously in Waltham’s shadow while the old Watch City transformed itself into Route 128’s top destination for tech, biotech, and financial services companies.
Whether you considered it a sign of fiscal strength, a traffic nightmare or a scourge on your neighborhood, there is no denying that 2011 will go on the record as one of Burlington’s busiest years for road construction.