By: Eric Convey<\/p>\n
An LLC controlled by Synergy Investments and DivcoWest spent $48 million Friday on a parcel that gives Synergy control of a full block in a rapidly improving part of Downtown Crossing.<\/p>\n
DWF IV LLC bought 55-63 Summer St. and 65-69 Summer St. from Brickman 55 Summer LLC of New York City.<\/p>\n
The property Synergy just acquired begins with a highly visible CVS store that faces into the center of the intersection of Summer and Arch streets. The parcel also includes a Wendy’s restaurant at street level and offices above. An LLC controlled by Synergy already owned the rest of the block to its end point where there’s a Bank of America ATM at the corner of Kingston and Summer streets.<\/p>\n
A Synergy executive could not immediately be reached for comment. The company’s holdings in Boston, according to the\u00a0Synergy website<\/a>, include:<\/p>\n Synergy also has other holdings in Boston and in Quincy.<\/p>\n<\/div><\/div><\/div>"
Synergy also has other holdings in Boston and in Quincy.<\/p>\n<\/div><\/div><\/div>"