"We've seen substantial activity at the park from existingtenants, but more importantly, from active prospects touring themarket," says Colliers Meredith & Grew senior vice presidentMatt Daniels, a member of Brickstone Square's exclusive leasingteam. Daniels and CMG assistant vice president Christopher Lawrencerepresented the Transwestern in the eight latest deals, and Danielsreports additional leases are pending.

Daniels says the park has benefited from $4 million spent on acapital improvements program that fixed common areas, upgraded parksignage and built out floors on a speculative basis. Anothercompetitive advantage has been Brickstone's ability to accommodatefuture growth needs, explains Lawrence, as well as "an outstandingamenity package" that includes a 564-seat cafeteria, day carecenter, fitness facility and on-site property management.Accessibility has been another plus, he says, with BrickstoneSquare adjacent to the confluence of I-93 and I-495 and close tokey roadways such as Routes 114, 125 and 133.

More than half of the space taken down in the eightjust-completed deals is from a 57,000-sf renewal by Unicare. Thetenant was represented by Jones Lang LaSalle VP Flory McCarthy. Thenext largest commitment is a renewal and expansion by law firmDevine, Millimet & Branch to more than 17,000 sf, while HeliumInc. expands to more than double its previous size in a lease of9,000 sf.

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