‘One Man’s Trash’: More Companies Taking Space In Boston’s Older Offices

The flight to high-quality office has been well-documented in recent years, but a series of deals in Boston point to an emerging trend of tenants instead looking for more affordable rents in older buildings. 
Several of the biggest office leases signed in the city last quarter were manufacturing or pharmaceutical tenants relocating to Class-B space, according to Savills' second-quarter market
Boston office market experts tell that tenants are seeking out these buildings to get the best bang for their buck. At the same time, a string of older buildings have sold at dramatic discounts, allowing new owners to offer attractive…
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