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BOSTON-Seven separate leases have helped fill 31,056 sf at Two Oliver St., a 212,300-sf class A office tower in Boston’s Financial District. The largest of the leases went to Eaton Vance Corp., a managed investment firm, which took 9,115 sf in the building.

“We are thrilled with the recent signings and overall response from tenants in the marketplace to Two Oliver St. It’s proof positive that as a well located building in the heart of the financial district, the building offers tenants a combination of quality and value they are unable to find elsewhere,” says Jeremy Roy of Jones Lang LaSalle, who represented landlord JER Partners in all the transactions.

Also signing on were Boston-based marketing communications firm Schneider Associates, which leased 7,236 sf, HLM Ventures, a venture capital firm, which took 4,227 sf, asset managers Wall Street Systems, which will move into 3,159 sf and the law firm of Arthur E. Levine & Associates which took 2,887 sf. The integrated communications provider Broadview Networks signed on for 2,052 sf, while the law firm of Russo & Scolnick renewed its existing lease on 1,756 sf. Wrapping up the leasing activity was Dr. Myrna Weiss, who took 624 sf.

The 212,300-sf, 11-story office tower situated between Post Office Square and the future Rose Kennedy Greenway was acquired by JER Partners in 2005 for $53 million. Approximately 80,000 sf of office space is still available for lease.

JER Partners, of McLean, VA, was represented by Roy, Debra Gould, and Garrett Larivee, all with Jones Lang LaSalle’s Boston office.JLL’s Gould and Bill Motley represented Eaton Vance, Peter Farnum and Matt O’Connor of FHO Partners represented Schneider Associates, and JLL’s Brad McGill represented HML Ventures. The transaction for Wall Street Systems was handled by Barry Hynes of FHO Partners, while James Topper and Michael Bannon, of Cresa Partners took care of the leasing duties for Arthur E. Levine & Assoicates. Gerald Puccillo and Brendan Callahan, with Equis’ Boston office, negotiated the deal for Broadview Networks and David Cooney, with NAI Hunneman represented Dr. Myrna Weiss. Leasing duties for the landlord are being handled by JLL.

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