A Boston-based investment advisor owns Washington Plaza, whichserves as home to Fortune 500 and technology tenants, includingIBM, Revlon and Paychex, among others. The C&W team ismarketing approximately 60,000 square feet of space at thefour-story building, with units available from 4,500 to 26,000square feet. Washington Plaza also could accommodate, contiguously,a requirement of up to 50,000 square feet on one floor.

Two available units, formerly occupied by IBM and Ask.com, arefurnished, "plug and play" offices. "We recognize that manycompanies do not currently have significant capital available forrelocation expenses, and we are working to offer an economicallysound relocation achievable here at Washington Plaza," Foster tellsGlobeSt.com. "Our goal is to make it easy for tenants to come tothis building--from our competitive pricing to our ability tomanage design and construction in-house," he says.

The owner is renovating Washington Plaza's two-story glassatrium lobby and the building's common areas. "The improvements arecontinuing Washington Plaza's tradition of offering a modern,quality image for its tenants," Dinner says.

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