The Boston Globe – Preservation efforts at the historic Shirley Meeting House recently got a boost. The nonprofit group that tends to the property received $20,000 from the Montachusett Society for the Preservation of Historic Buildings to finish restoring its bell tower and weathervane. The group has also completed a handicap accessibility plan for the structure at 41 Brown Road, on the old town common, and will soon seek grants for it. The Meeting House’s history goes back to 1773. For more information, visit www.shirleymeetinghouse.org.
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Shopping Center Business (Lexington, MA) – Linear Retail Properties LLC has acquired the Giroux Building, an 18,228-square-foot multi-tenant property with storefront retail located in downtown Lexington, for $10.45 million.
The fully leased block of retail stores is comprised of nine local and regional tenants including Via Lago Restaurant, Yangtze River Restaurant, Eastern Bank and Dellaria Salon. Connie Neville of Sperry Van Ness/Neville & Associates represented the seller, The Giroux Building Unlimited Partnership.
(Burlington, MA; 06/24/2015)- Linear Retail Properties, LLC, announced today that it has acquired the Giroux Building, an 18,228 square foot multi-tenant, store-front retail property located at 1833-1853 Massachusetts Avenue in downtown Lexington, MA.
The Giroux Building offers frontage on four streets including Massachusetts Avenue, Meriam Street, Depot Square and Depot Place and overlooks the historic Buckman Tavern and Battle Green in Lexington Center. The fully leased store block is comprised of nine local and regional tenants including Via Lago Restaurant, Yangtze River Restaurant, Eastern Bank and Dellaria Salon. The purchase price of the property was $10,465,000. The Seller, The Giroux Building Limited Partnership, was represented by Connie Neville of Sperry Van Ness/Neville & Associates.