NORTHBOROUGH, MA-Bolstering a generally sluggish start to 2008 in Greater Boston’s industrial real estate market, a modern warehouse here has filled 65,000 sf in a lease agreement with C&C North America. The facility will be the second distribution site in the area for C&C, a maker of eco-friendly quartz surfaces.

“This property gives C&C North America an ideal warehouse space in a location with great distribution routes to all areas of New England,” relays Bradford Spencer. A senior vice president at Grubb & Ellis, Spencer negotiated the five-year lease for the landlord, 41 Lyman LLC, along with G&E SVP Hank Amabile and Advisor John Coakley. C&C North America was represented by O’Brien Commercial Properties brokers Joel Aho and Dylan Connolly.

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