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QUINCY, MA-A 10-story, 200,000-sf building “off the radar screen” as a leasing option for two decades is resurfacing upon its acquisition by Griffith Properties and a client of Urdang Capital Management. Being emptied by sole tenant Blue Cross Blue Shield following 20 years residency, 100 Hancock St. will be renovated and positioned as a multi-tenanted office complex called HarborSouth Tower, says new owner J. Brad Griffith, founder of Boston-based Griffith Properties. A subsidiary of the Bank of New York, Urdang manages private equity and real estate portfolios including CMBS on behalf of institutional investors.

Divested by a local partnership, 100 Hancock St. traded for just over $17 million. CBRE

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