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.

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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.

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

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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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