Boston, MA – Stonebridge Associates recently relocated their headquarters to Ten Tremont Street, Boston, MA, having outgrown their former location in 10 Post Office Square.
Ten Tremont Street is an exceptional office building located in the heart of Boston’s Financial District and Government Center. Overlooking City Hall Plaza, it is within close proximity to Faneuil Hall Marketplace and the State House.
Debra Stevens, CCIM, Principal of The Stevens Group, represented Stonebridge Associates in the transaction, while Kevin Brown, of Brown & Wagner, LLC, represented the Landlord.
About Stonebridge: Since 1986, Stonebridge has focused exclusively on meeting the unique investment banking needs of middle market, emerging growth, healthcare and technology clients. During this period, the firm has originated and closed over $3.0 billion in private financings and advised on over 250 M&A and corporate advisory assignments. With one of the largest independent investment banking groups in Boston, Stonebridge is able to offer clients the creativity, technical skills and structuring expertise typically found only in large Wall Street investment banking firms. However, as a boutique firm with specific product and market areas of focus, Stonebridge is able to provide clients with a level of attention and responsiveness that distinguishes us from our larger competitors.
About The Stevens Group: The Stevens Group is a commercial real estate advisory firm located in Boston, MA, specializing in exclusively representing corporate clients in the leasing, acquisition and disposition of commercial real estate. The Stevens Group is the Boston affiliate of ITRA Global, an organization of real estate professionals specializing in representing tenants, buyers and entrepreneurial startups in the leasing, acquisition and disposition of office, industrial and retail facilities. With coverage in major markets around the world, ITRA Global is one of the largest organizations dedicated to representing tenants and occupiers of commercial real estate.