• Marcus partners

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Total Square Footage 609,000
Total Dollar Volume $106,550,000.00

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Established 2008
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Marcus Partners is a value-oriented real estate investment firm based in Boston, Massachusetts with a regional office in Norwalk, Connecticut. The firm invests in real estate and related assets, pursuing a mix of strategic and opportunistic investment strategies.

Marcus Partners has built its reputation as a real estate investment firm grounded by a deep belief in value investing and is experienced in the complexities of real estate and the capital markets.

Marcus Partners prides itself on its high quality work on complex financial transactions in today's real estate environment and is currently investing its Marcus Capital Partners Fund II into a diversified portfolio of office, bio-medical, medical office, warehouse and light industrial properties in major metropolitan areas primarily east of the Mississippi River.

The corporate culture is dynamic and values thoughtful analysis, realistic understanding of issues and stakeholder objectives, creative deal structuring, and problem solving.

Updates

900 Winter Street
- Jun 06, 2019

Shell Nearly Complete for 900 Winter Street in Waltham Construction continues on the upcoming 220,0000 square foot lab and office facility, leased to Alkermes to expand its R&D facilities in Waltham. The new building will be an on-campus expansion of Alkermes’ current facility within Reservoir Woods at 852 Winter Street. Construction is expected to wrap up next year.


100 Adams Road
- Oct 03, 2018

Clinton Warehouse Acquired for $27.75 Million Boston-based, Marcus Partners has acquired the warehouse facility at 100 Adams Road in Clinton, MA for $27.75 million. The property features a single story, 344,000 square foot, multi-tenant, high-bay distribution center that was constructed in 1999. The facility offers state-of-the-art amenities, including a strategic location with convenient access to western Massachusetts.


900 Winter Street
- Aug 02, 2018

Winter Street Development Mortgaged for $78.8 MillionMarcus Partners and the Davis Companies have mortgaged their Winter Street Development for $78.8 Million via Citizens Bank.900 Winter Street is a new construction 220,000 square-foot lab and office facility for Alkermes, a global biopharmaceutical company known for its research and drug development, on the Reservoir Woods Campus. The new building, located at 900 Winter Street will be an on-campus expansion of Alkermes’ current facility within Reservoir Woods at 852 Winter Street enabling the company to expand both its research and development capabilities and accommodate its growing staff.


300 Massachusetts Avenue (Horticultural Hall)
- Jun 07, 2017

Marcus Partners acquires Back Bay's Horticultural Hall, plans multi-million-dollar repositioning Marcus Partners, a local real estate investor, operator and redeveloper, has acquired the Back Bay's ornate 45,000-square-foot Horticultural Hall office building, located at the key intersection of Huntington Avenue and Massachusetts Avenue overlooking Christian Science Plaza, for an undisclosed sum. Marcus has planned a multi-million-dollar capital program to reposition and modernize Horticultural Hall for modern creative, technology and institutional tenants; the program will include a fully renovated lobby and restrooms, upgraded entrances and mechanical systems improvements. Marcus has acquired $11.485 million of financing for Horticultural Hall through Cambridge Savings Bank. “Tenants are increasingly being drawn to this corner of the Back Bay. With the significant renovations occurring on the adjacent Christian Science Plaza, the arrival of the new Four Seasons Hotel, Flour Bakery, the vibrancy and energy created by the adjacent institutions all really differentiate this location as a magnet for creative and tech companies," said Marcus Partners Principal Pete Cameron in a prepared statement. "[Horticultural Hall] offers all of those adjacencies and a wholly unique and architecturally significant environment that will be dramatically upgraded.” Horticultural Hall's seller, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, acquired Horticultural Hall in March 1992 for $1.625 million, or $36.11 per square foot, from the building's original builder, the Massachusetts Horticultural Society.


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Projects

100 Adams Road
900 Winter Street
300 Massachusetts Avenue (Horticultural Hall)