MytoGen, a privately held biotech company involved in thedevelopment of cell-therapy products, took 24,940 sf at 79 – 96Thirteenth St. in the Charlestown Navy Yard under a deal thatsignificantly expands its presence at that location. The companypreviously subleased space in the facility.


Idera Pharmaceuticals, which develops therapeutics that modulateimmune responses, took 26,589 sf at 167 Sydney St. in Cambridge.The deal gives the biotech firm a more efficient floor plan in anewly renovated and upgraded property.


Terms of both leases were not disclosed and phone callssoliciting additional information were not returned's deadline.


The transactions were handled for the landlord by Cushman &Wakefield's Juliette Reiter, Mark Winters and David Townsend. TheC&W team also represented both tenants. Joe Flaherty and TuckerHansen, with Meredith & Grew assisted the landlord in the Ideratransaction.

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