BOSTON—Boston Senior Home Care Inc. has renewedand expanded its existing lease at The NonProfitCenter at 89 South St. here.


Beginning on Oct. 1, Boston Senior Home Care will occupy 21,619square feet on the entire fifth floor and the majority of theeighth floor of the office building, according to developerThird Sector New England's commercial real estateadvisor, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank. The tenantcurrently occupies a total of 20,246 square feet through a secondfloor sublease and two leases for space on the seventh floor andthe full fifth floor with the landlord.


The new lease transaction has a term of 11 years. Boston SeniorHome Care reworked its current lease and terminated another leaseand sublease at the property. Ted Wheatley ofJLL represented Boston Senior Home Care in thetransaction.


"This new transaction simplifies what was a complex leasescenario and gets the tenant into more efficient space," says NGKFManaging Director Jeremy Roy. "This outcomefurthers the landlord's mission for the center to foster social andeconomic change by providing a state-of-the-art, cost-effective andcollaborative work environment for non-profit organizations in anurban locale next to a variety of public transportationoptions."


Built in 1899 as the cornerstone of Boston's Leather District,The NonProfit Center is a historic landmark and underwent aLEED-certified restoration by Third Sector New England. TheNonProfit Center, in is 10th year of operation, is home to 36social change nonprofits and is located a block from the SouthStation transportation center, near downtown Boston, theMassachusetts State House, and Boston City Hall.

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John Jordan

John Jordan is a veteran journalist with 36 years of print and digital media experience.