A.W. Perry Welcomes Ned Davis Research to Their New Office Space at 77 Franklin Street, Boston, MA

Perry Brokerage, a full service commercial brokerage firm serving Boston and the South Shore is pleased to announce that Ned Davis Research (NDR), one of the largest independent institutional investment research providers in the market, has signed a lease for 5,500 square feet at 77 Franklin Street in Boston, MA, comprising the entire 9th floor.  Rich Beal and Jon Gifford of Perry Brokerage represented the landlord, A.W. Perry and Shawn McDonough and Derek Losi of Cresa Partners represented Ned Davis Research in the lease transaction.

“We are excited to be relocating our Boston office to 77 Franklin,” said Brian Frohn CFO of Ned Davis Research.  “A.W. Perry provided us with an opportunity to build out a full floor to our specifications and to expand our office footprint from our former location.  77 Franklin has historic appeal yet our office space is contemporary and will provide our team with an inspiring, bright and collaborative working environment.”

“We are pleased to welcome the team from Ned Davis Research to 77 Franklin Street, ” said Kerri Gallaway, Vice President and Property Manager of A.W. Perry.  “NDR’s enthusiastic team and their well-established reputation in the investment management industry make them a great addition to the building and to A.W. Perry’s tenant roster.”

77 Franklin Street, a 10-story office building is conveniently located in Boston’s Financial District and is steps away from Downtown Crossing, Post Office Square and South Station. The building features on-site management, a 24-hour lobby attendant, easy access to public transportation and numerous area amenities. The building is nearly at 100% occupancy, though a prime office lease opportunity of 1,554 square feet is available on the building’s 5th floor.  For more information please visit: www.perrybrokerage.com.

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