"We are very pleased to be in this historic building and to beable to 'reuse' a nearly 100-year-old treasure," said MikeGilfillan, principal at the firm. "This is just the first step inour overall sustainability program. We are going to be very carefulduring renovations to keep as much construction material aspossible out of the waste stream, incorporate recycled materials inour interior finishes and install ecofriendly plumbing andelectrical fixtures."


The company says the building selection is hoped to complimentits corporate sustainability goals and commitment to reducingfossil fuels. Mark Kolar, with Jones Lang LaSalle, represented thefirm in the lease, while Al Adducci, with Marc Realty, representedbuilding ownership. Kolar said the building's proximity to publictransportation also played a role in the company's selection.

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