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Cresa Boston
200 State Street, 13th Floor
Boston, MA 02109
617.758.6000 tel
617.742.0643 fax
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Contacts

Joseph Sciolla
Managing Principal
Email
617.758.6004 tel

Boston

  • Boston

    Back Bay Class A

    Supply
    10,612,618 SF
    Vacancy
    9.4%
    Absorption
    - 490,271 SF (YTD)
    Avg. Lease Rate
    $60.56
  • Boston

    Financial District Class A

    Supply
    2,960,080 SF
    Vacancy
    11.4%
    Absorption
    131,255 SF (YTD)
    Avg. Lease Rate
    $53.97
  • Boston

    Seaport/South Station Class A

    Supply
    2,082,834 SF
    Vacancy
    3.5%
    Absorption
    17,777 SF (YTD)
    Avg. Lease Rate
    $59.02
  • East Cambridge

    Lab Class A

    Supply
    5,654,674 SF
    Vacancy
    0.7%
    Absorption
    14,474 SF (YTD)
    Avg. Lease Rate
    $62.00 NNN
  • East Cambridge

    Office Class A

    Supply
    4,962,433 SF
    Vacancy
    3.7%
    Absorption
    117,773 SF (YTD)
    Avg. Lease Rate
    $68.00
  • Greater Boston

    Route 128 Office Class A

    Supply
    18,275,239 SF
    Vacancy
    8.3%
    Absorption
    356,996 SF (YTD)
    Avg. Lease Rate
    $33.00
  • Greater Boston

    Route 128 Office Class B

    Supply
    24,016,380 SF
    Vacancy
    10.8%
    Absorption
    275,930 SF (YTD)
    Avg. Lease Rate
    $26.00

CONFLICT-FREE

Cresa's fiduciary responsibility is to one party only — the tenant. This singular relationship avoids inherent conflicts
of interest in the marketplace.

CREATING LEVERAGE

We use our expertise, market insight, and years of experience to give you leverage with your landlord.

STRATEGIC APPROACH

We apply strategic solutions that reduce costs, improve operations, and enhance the performance of your workforce.



People

Katie Barrows Advisor, Account Management 617.758.6065
Gabrielle Beaudry Advisor 617.758.6071
Peter Bechunas Principal, Project Management 617.758.6064
Patrick Boyle Associate, Project Manager 617.758.6057
Amy Braun Senior Advisor, Project Management 617.758.6027
Courtney K. Brummer Advisor, Account Management 617.758.6037
Jack Burns Managing Principal 617.758.6010
Kimberly Checkoway Advisor, Account Management 617.758.6089
Nicholas Chin Graphic Design Associate 617-758-6086
Cindy Cloran Controller 617.758.6076
John Coakley Vice President 617.758.6039
Christopher Crooks Principal 617.758.6028
Patricia A. Crow Principal
Paul Delaney Vice President 617.758.6016
Joseph Doyle Principal 617.758.6018
Jocelyn Driscoll Advisor, Account Management 617.758.6070
Barry K. Dubé Principal, Project Management 617.758.6074
John Fitzgerald Senior Advisor, Project Management 617.758.6035
Edward Fothergill Managing Principal 617.758.6002
Elizabeth Geary Advisor 617.758.6067
William Goade Managing Principal 617.758.6001
Alexandra Haller Advisor, Account Management 508.544.1026
Matt Harvey Principal 617.758.6003
Emily Hedeman, LEED Green Assoc. Advisor, Account Management 617.758.6066
Shashi K. Jain Principal, Project Management 617.758.6005
Jennifer Jefferis Marketing & Social Media Director 617.758.6050
Timothy J. Kelleher Senior Vice President 617.758.6007
Meredith King Associate
Michael J. Labonte Principal, Project Management 617.758.6084
Kelly Lagergren Senior Advisor, Account Management 617.758.6036
Brandon Leitner Principal 617.758.6040
Derek Losi Vice President 617.758.6021
Richard J. Lowe Principal 617.758.6030
Paul McCauley Senior Advisor, Account Management 617.758.6013
Shawn McDonough Principal 617.758.6092
Stani Miteva Advisor, Project Management 617.758.6015
Tim Myllykangas Managing Principal 617.758.6026
Paige Newcomb Associate, Project Manager 617.758.6079
Andrew Orpik Advisor 617.758.6077
Kari Panutich Senior Advisor, Project Management 617.758.6029
Dwight S. Patten Principal, Project Management 617.758.6012
Elizabeth Reny Administrative Assistant 617.758.6048
David S. Ross Principal 617.758.6088
Joseph Sciolla Managing Principal 617.758.6004
Robert S. Shulman Managing Principal 617.758.6008
Adam J. Subber Principal 617.758.6068
Daniel W. Sullivan Principal 617.758.6038
Katharine Unangst Administrative Assistant 617.758.6020
Brendan Wilbur Advisor 617.758.6033
Maureen Young Principal 617.758.6006

News

Success Stories

Client Location Sq. Footage
ARC: Architectural Resources Cambridge Boston, MA  22,542 RSF 
Compuware Waltham, MA  68,145 
Congress Asset Management Company Boston, MA  15,038 
Electronic Marketing Company N. Andover, MA  9,180 
EMC Corporation Multiple Offices   
EMC Corporation Bedford, MA  320,232 
Excel Orthopedic Specialists Woburn, MA  35,170 
Fortune 100 Media Company Salem, NH  109,208 
Fortune 100 Media Company Quincy, MA  14,679 
Fortune 100 Media Company Chelmsford, MA  98,048 
Fresenius Medical Care Waltham, MA   
Global Manufacturer Louisville, KY   
GTECH - Atronic Headquarters Scottsdale, AZ  90,330 
Hinckley Allen Boston, MA  45,374 
Ipsen (Biomeasure Inc.) Cambridge, MA  62,626 
LPL Financial Charlotte  415,000+ 
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Boston, MA  79,000 
MedHealth Solutions Andover, MA  9,730 
Medical Device Company Austin, TX   
MicroChem Westborough, MA  76,000 
National Healthcare Company Andover, MA  29,200 
Oracle Cambridge, MA  18,644 
OvaScience Cambridge, MA  6,000 
Pharmalucence, Inc. Billerica, MA  70,000 
Privately-held Technology Company Westborough, MA  52,315 
Rockstar New England Andover, MA  21,500 
Solectron Watertown, NY  76,660 
TALK School of Languages Boston, MA  8,244 SF 
Teletech Kalispell, MT  60,000 
The Bridgespan Group Boston, MA  28,612 
Trimble Cambridge, MA  16,402 
Valueclick Inc. Westborough, MA  15,810 
Workflow One Westborough, MA  116,000 
Yahoo! Hillsboro, OR  38,000 
Zipcar Boston, MA  46,000 

Subleases & Sales

Property Available Space Rental Rate
Sublease: Boston | 1 Beacon Street
1 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02108
7,155 SF Low $40's
Sublease: Boston | 888 Commonwealth Avenue
888 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02446
21,906 RSF Negotiable
Sublease: Boston | 31 Milk Street
31 Milk Street
Boston, MA 02109
1,873 RSF Low $30's/SF
Sublease: Boston | 201-207 South Street
201-207 South Street
Boston , MA 02111
2,238 SF High $30's/SF
Sublease: Boston | 75 State Street
75 State Street
Boston, MA 02109
22,444 RSF Negotiable
Sublease: Boston | 71 Summer Street
71 Summer Street, 4th Floor
Boston, MA 02129
2,235 RSF Negotiable
Sublease: Boston | 250 Summer Street
250 Summer Street, 4th Floor
Boston, MA
Office Negotiable
Sublease: Boston | Innovation District
374 Congress Street
Boston, MA 02210
4,698 5th Floor Negotiable
Sublease: Cambridge | One Kendall Square
One Kendall Square
Building 700
Cambridge, MA 02139
7,145 RSF, First Floor Negotiable
Sublease: Andover | 200 Brickstone Square
200 Brickstone Square
Andover, MA 01810
9,683 SF (5th Floor) $10.50/SF Gross
Sublease: Burlington | One Van de Graaff Drive
One Van de Graaff Drive
Burlington, MA 01803
7,511 SF $24.00/SF
Sublease: Burlington | 1 New England Executive Park
1 New England Executive Park
Burlington, MA 01803
7,278 RSF (2nd Floor) $29.00/SF
Sublease: Burlington | 14 New England Executive Park
14 New England Executive Park
Burlington, MA 01803
4,168 RSF (1st Floor) Negotiable
Sublease: Nashua, NH | Oracle Building
1 Oracle Drive
Nashua, NH 03062
11,811 SF (1st Floor) $18.00/SF Gross
Sublease: Nashua, NH | 9 Townsend West
9 Townsend West
Nashua, NH 03063
17,500 SF (1st Floor) $7.50/SF NNN
Sublease: Newton | 57 Chapel Street
"Plug and Play"
57 Chapel Street
Newton, MA 02458
4,422 RSF (Full 2nd Floor) Negotiable
Sublease: Peabody | 39 Cross Street
39 Cross Street
Peabody, MA 01960
1,723 - 3,627 SF $16.00/SF
Sublease: Westborough | 1-5 Sassacus Drive
1-5 Sassacus Drive
Westborough, MA 01581
116,000 SF (Portion of 1st Floor) $5.00 NNN
Sublease: Waltham | 303 Wyman Street
303 Wyman Street
Waltham, MA 02451
9,261 SF $14.00

Cresa Boston Blog

  • 7/9/2015Thinking of Relocating? Count the Costs.
    When evaluating a real estate decision, many tenants naturally gravitate toward focusing on the rental rate. The lease rate is important but it’s not everything. Tenants contemplating a move should consider the many build-out costs – and even potential financial pitfalls – associated with relocating. While some commercial tenants lease new space as-is, the vast […] Read More
  • 6/26/2015What it Takes to Stand Out From the Real Estate “Pack” in 2015
    Real estate brokerage isn’t what it used to be. In the past, possessing a good knowledge of the market (what’s available and where) and avoiding conflicts of interest could make someone a pretty good commercial broker. This is no longer the case. Increased client expectations and technological changes are raising the bar for what it […] Read More
  • 5/27/2015Can Just Anyone Become a Project Manager These Days?
    Looking around the room at a gathering of my colleagues recently, I was struck by the fact that, 25 years ago, many of our positions wouldn’t exist. We’re project managers, representing small and large firms that specialize in specific client types and those covering a broad range. The small group of highly functioning professionals has […] Read More
  • 5/12/2015It’s the South Shore’s Time to Shine
    If Cambridge, the Route 128 corridor and Seaport District are the beautiful and upwardly mobile stepsisters of Greater Boston commercial real estate, the South Shore is Cinderella – perpetually scorned and left out of the party. But why? It has many of the required amenities to be a thriving commercial office region: parking, public transportation, […] Read More
  • 4/27/2015Work the Clock, Get a Better Deal
    If you caught even a few games of March Madness, you’ll understand that in a close contest, the winning team is usually the one that has managed the clock to their advantage down the stretch. Knowing that it can quickly lose a lead late in the game, the leading team will slow down the pace […] Read More
  • 4/8/2015Thinking About a Long-Term Lease? Read This First.
    Like lunar positions and Boston sports championships, commercial real estate is cyclical. After bottoming out in 2009, the greater Boston commercial market has been trending upward ever since, with demand increasing steadily since 2010. (yet with little new supply being added) As a result, in just the last two years, most submarkets have seen asking […] Read More
  • 3/26/20155 Reasons You Should Relocate to Quincy
    If you haven’t been immediately south of Boston recently, the city of Quincy is poised to undergo something of a renaissance. Led by Mayor Thomas Koch, the city is pouring millions of dollars into a revitalization of the downtown area, with attracting commercial businesses and their employees as a huge part of their long term […] Read More
  • 3/26/2015How Construction Labor Shortages Affect Commercial Real Estate
    It’s no secret Boston is experiencing an historic building boom that will, according to the Boston Globe, alter the skyline for a third time in the modern history of the city. Periods of heavy building have occurred before, but none rival the volume of the boom we’re in now, reports have shown. It is, in […] Read More
  • 3/13/2015The Downside of Clown Car Office Spaces
    To a cutting-edge business, it all looks pretty innovative, and practical, on paper: pay less rent each month for less office space, while giving your employees that cool, collaborative work environment everyone’s talking about. And it’s more than a passing trend. In 2013, CoreNet Global, a global network of corporate real estate managers, surveyed companies […] Read More
  • 2/18/2015‘Live-Work-Play’ Isn’t Just For Cities Anymore
    Much has been made of the re-urbanization of America – people moving back into the nation’s downtowns. But quietly, over several decades and not just a few years, America’s suburbs have seen more of a “permanent, longer-term shift in population growth patterns.” The same is true in Greater Boston. And as increasing residential real estate […] Read More
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Project Management

The visualization, planning, design, construction, and fitting out your new workspace is not something you should undertake alone. Our project management team is your assurance that it happens in a creative, timely, cost-effective way. 



WE ARE TRUE TENANT ADVOCATES 

We understand that the interests of landlords and developers are not always aligned with yours. We manage the entire process – be it a Build-to-Suit or a tenant fit-out - advising on all issues of program, feasibility, test-fits during site selection. We collaborate with our real estate Advisors during landlord negotiations, maximizing allowances, looking out for your interests at every turn. Additionally, we make sure you get the workplace environment you pay for — and that your people expect — by taking complete control of the following:

WORKPLACE STRATEGY 

Develop the program, advise you on options, explore and plan workplace strategies, develop schemes that support your business objectives.

PROJECT TEAM COMPOSITION 

Manage the engagement of designers, contractors, voice/data suppliers, workstation, furniture and all other providers. 

BUDGET 

Take charge of projecting/controlling spending for your project, proactively advising you on issues, creating savings that often exceed our fees.

SCHEDULE 

Oversee the entire project schedule, informing you of key dates, keeping design, construction and vendor processes running in a timely fashion. 

DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION 

Oversee the process to assure that the team works toward common goals to deliver the perfect outcome for your project.

COORDINATE INSTALLS 

Manage and schedule all owner-controlled vendors, coordinate with the contractor on site to assure seamless deliveries and installs.

RELOCATION MANAGEMENT 

Implement your entire move, plan the transition, coordinate internal committees, hire the mover, provide 24/7 move coordination, so your people keep working with as few distractions as possible.


Tenant Reports

2014 Year-End Tenant Reports

Downtown Boston
Office Year-End Tenant Report

Cambridge Lab & Office
Lab Year-End Tenant Report
Office Year-End Tenant Report

Suburban 495 & 128
Route 495 Year-End Tenant Report
Route 128 Year-End Tenant Report

2014 Mid-Year Tenant Reports

Downtown Boston

Downtown Office Tenant Report: Mid-Year 2014 

Cambridge Lab & Office
Cambridge Lab Tenant Report: Mid-Year 2014
Cambridge Office Tenant Report: Mid-Year 2014

Suburban 495 &128
Route 495 Office Tenant Report: Mid-Year 2014
Route 128 Office Tenant Report: Mid-Year 2014

2013 Year-End Tenant Reports

Downtown Boston

Boston Office Tenant Report: Year End 2013

Archive

December 2013 – Happy New Year, Happy Old Year 

November 2013 – Connecting with Industry Trends: Highlights from our Connection Newsletter 

October 2013 – Lease Accounting Changes are Coming, and Tenants Need to Be Prepared 

September 2013 – Watkins Research Ranks Cresa #1 in Client Advocacy

August 2013 – As Summer Winds Down, Boston and Cambridge Markets Grow Hotter

July 2013 – Expense Audits: A Timely Way to Protect Tenant Rights

June 2013 - Best People Plus Best Place... It Adds Up to Your Best Space

May 2013 - In Search of "Cool, Creative Space": How Does Your Workplace Shape Up?

March 2013 (2) - Does Working at Home Work for You?

March 2013 - The Virtual Workplace Revisited: How to Overcome Challenges

February 2013 - Is Your Office Growing in Strange Ways?

January 2013 - The Research Is In: The Virtual Workplace Is Here to Stay

October 2012 - Integrating Services to Improve Efficiencies: Transaction Management & Project Management

September 2012 - Get Upfront about Project Management: Look Beyond Rental Rates to Realize Savings (Part 2)

August 2012 - Get Upfront about Project Management: Look Beyond Rental Rates to Realize Savings (Part 1)

July 2012 - Boston Office Market Forecast: Real-Time Market News

June 2012 - The Road Back Home for Jobs? More Companies Consider the Advantages of Onshoring

May 2012 – Celebrating 20 Years of Tenant Representation in New England; Kudos to Pioneer Bill Goade

April 2012 - How Can Your Brokers Represent Your Best Interests If They Are Beholden to Landlords?

March 2012 - Does Your Broker Really Represent Your Best Interests? It Starts with Transparency

February 2012 - Unemployment Rate is Falling, But Massachusetts Leads the Nation in Underemployment

January 2012 - New Year, New Look: New Opportunities for Tenants