Timothy M. Lyne, executive vice president and partner CB RichardEllis/Whittier Partners here, tells GlobeSt.com that the privatebanking, wealth management and advisory services firm signed a10-year lease on the added space at Ten/10 Post Office Squarefollowing last year's signing of an 11-year lease renewal. Terms ofthe lease were unavailable, but Lyne said the 13-story, 450,000 sfbuilding generally rents in the mid-$30 per-sf range. The companywill use the offices for its headquarters.

The property, a two-building downtown office which numbers amongits tenants some of the financial world's leading names includingDow Jones and Capital One, is approximately 90% occupied. Builtbetween 1925 and 1929 on an entire city block in the FinancialDistrict, it underwent substantial renovations in 1999 thatincluded the replacement of windows and sidewalks, improvements tothe buildings lobbies, corridors and restrooms, and theinstallation of new mechanical and life-safety systems.

Lyne along with Peter Conlin, an associate with CB RichardEllis/Whittier Partners, represented the owner, an affiliate ofWalton Street Capital. Charles S. O'Connor, with the Trammell CrowCo. in Boston, handled the deal for the tenant.

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