NAI Hunneman Represents Waverley Oaks Park in Transaction with Mimaki USA
James & Rexinis represent Landlord Duffy Properties and Brown of Parsons Commercial represents tenant Mimaki USA in 6,000 SF lease in Waltham.
BOSTON—NAI Hunneman, a leading provider of commercial real estate services, recently represented Waverley Oaks Park and its owner Duffy Properties in a 6,000 SF lease with Mimaki USA at 411 Waverley Oaks Road Building 1. The space will serve as the latest Massachusetts location for the digital printing manufacturer to showcase its products in the Northeast.
Executive Vice President Steve James and Assistant Vice President Jason Rexinis represented Duffy Properties while Mimaki USA was represented by Arlon Brown of SVN | Parsons Commercial Group.
“The unique combination of flexible space combined with first-class amenities continues to draw tenants to Waverley Oaks Park,” said Rexinis. “Mimaki is another great example and we are excited to add them to the ever growing list of progressive companies locating here.” In the past two months, we have leased over 24,000 SF to new flex/R&D and lab tenants at building 411.
Located just minutes from Rt 128, Waverley Oaks Park is a 1,200,000 square foot office park that includes a corporate headquarters environment, excellent expansion opportunities, established local ownership, efficient floor plans, amazing on site amenities, and abundant parking.
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