BOSTON-Seaport West kept two major tenants, as Foley Hoag LLPand Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP are signing renewals for theirrespective offices. Foley Hoag will remain in 198,000 square feetuntil 2021 and Nutter McClennan locked in 130,000 square feet overfour floors for the next 10 years. Both law firms have been at 155Seaport Blvd. since its inception in 2002.

"Nutter McClennen & Fish has a long history in Boston, whichwill remain our home for many years to come," says Michael E.Mooney, managing partner at Nutter MCClennen. "The building suitsour needs well and those of our clients. We've had a verysuccessful relationship with Pembroke, our landlord, and it's greatbeing on the waterfront—a dynamic environment with harborviews."

The Seaport West totals 575,000 square feet and tops out at17-stories. It is a LEED Silver certified tower and part of SeaportPlace, which includes Seaport East, the Seaport Hotel, SeaportWorld Trade Center and retail shops, as well. Although Pembroke,nor RBJ would reveal the price per square foot, Cushman &Wakefield notches the average rate at the Seaport to be $33 persquare foot.

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