Totals

Total Square Footage 454,268
Total Dollar Volume $47,000,000.00

General

Established 2017
Website The Seyon Group

The standard industrial real estate investment thesis hasn't evolved much in the past 30 years – we see that as an opportunity. We’re not living in the same world we were 30 years ago. In fact, we’re not living in the same world we were just a few years ago. Simultaneous accelerations in technology and globalization are rapidly reshaping the global marketplace, and industrial real estate is perfectly positioned to benefit. Understanding how these accelerating forces are affecting people, communities, and the workplace, The Seyon Group was built on principles best-suited to adapt to them. As a boutique firm, we pride ourselves in being agile, creative, and forward-thinking – key attributes that have allowed us to not only invest in the changing world, but to capitalize on it.

 

 

Updates

22 Willow Street
- Sep 12, 2019

Chelsea Industrial Property Acquired for $32 Million The property at 22 Willow Street in Chelsea has been acquired by The Seyon Group for $32 million. 22 Willow Street is an industrial property amassing 300,000 square feet between four buildings. The property sits adjacent to Highland Park, a short distance from Boston Logan Airport, and minutes from Downtown Boston.


20 Seyon Street
- Oct 17, 2017

Watertown industrial property sold for $15 million Less than two years after purchasing 20 Seyon Street, a 94,268-square-foot Watertown warehouse and distribution facility located on five acres of land, Calare Properties has sold the property to The Seyon Group for $15 million. The Seyon Group’s acquisition amounts to $159 per square foot; Calare Properties acquired the property for $11 million ($117 per square foot) in December 2014. The property is fully leased through 2024. Calare made capital improvements to the property including a new roof, new HVAC units and a new security system.The Seyon Group also recently acquired 150 Eastern Avenue and 201 Crescent Avenue, two industrial properties located in Chelsea, for a combined $11.225 million. The deals represent Greater Boston's robust industrial market. “Industrial real estate continues to see significant value increases as a growing buyer pool drives up exit pricing,” said Calare Properties CEO and CIO Bill Manley in a prepared statement. Per industry reports, Greater Boston industrial lease rates increased by 6.3% year-over-year as of the second quarter of 2017.


201 Crescent Avenue
- Oct 04, 2017

Chelsea warehouse and manufacturing building sold for $3.75 million Local real estate investor The Seyon Group has acquired 201 Crescent Avenue, a single-story, 33,000-square-foot warehouse and manufacturing building built in 2003 located in Chelsea steps from the upcoming MBTA Silver Line extension, for $3.75 million. The deal was brokered by local brokerage Burgess Properties. The building is located a short drive from Logan Airport and Downtown Boston. 201 Crescent Avenue's seller is New England Lighting Company, who offered the property for sale in conjunction with a wind-down of their business operations; the entire property is now available for lease. The company acquired the building for $2.65 million in December 2009.


150 Eastern Avenue
- Oct 04, 2017

Chelsea warehouse and office building sold for $7.475 million Local real estate investor The Seyon Group has acquired 150 Eastern Avenue, a two-story, 60,000-square-foot warehouse and office building located in Chelsea steps from the upcoming MBTA Silver Line extension, for $7.475 million. The deal was brokered by local brokerage Burgess Properties. The building is located a short drive from Logan Airport and Downtown Boston. 150 Eastern Avenue's seller is O’Brien Family II LLC, owners of the abutting 140 Eastern Avenue, who acquired 150 Eastern Avenue for $4 million in April 2015.


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