Investment firms buy 10 Post Office Square for $143m<\/h2>November 10, 2014 - The Boston Globe<\/a><\/span>

By: Casey Ross<\/p>\n

A joint venture of GreenOak Capital and Synergy Investments has purchased the office building at 10 Post Office Square in Boston for $143 million. The seller was Soundport Capital of New York.<\/p>\n

Totaling 445,000 square feet across two interconnected, mid-rise towers, 10 Post Office Square is a trophy office complex overlooking the Norman B. Leventhal Park at the center of the city\u2019s financial district.
\nThe complex is 82 percent leased to a diverse group of companies. It is anchored by the global headquarters of Boston Private Financial Holdings, which has been located there since 1987.<\/p>\n

The sale was brokered by a team of executives at the real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield. The team included president Robert Griffin, executive director Matt Pullen, and vice chairman Edward Maher.<\/p>\n

\u201cTen Post Office Square has a distinctive history, well recognized as one of Boston\u2019s finest office restorations and boasting more than $17 million in capital improvements in the last seven years,\u201d said Cushman & Wakefield Vice Chairman Edward Maher. \u201cIt offers an iconic and commanding street presence in the heart of Downtown Boston.\u201d<\/p>\n<\/div><\/div><\/div>"