Santiago and Quinn Complete the Lease of 54 Central Street in Southborough, MA

Santiago and Quinn Complete the Lease of 54 Central Street in Southborough, MA

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Southborough, Massachusetts – June 5, 2017, 2017 – SVN | Parsons Commercial Group | BOSTON announced today the completion of leasing up 54 Central Street in Southborough, Massachusetts. Marilyn Santiago and Garrett Quinn, Commercial Real Estate Advisors at SVN | Parsons Commercial Group | BOSTON handled the transactions at the building.

The property was sold to Davis Holding Group in late 2016. A marketing and leasing campaign began immediately and has since been fully leased landing its latest tenant Theracopia Therapeutic Wellness Center.

Theracopia’s founder, Kelli Ann Wentzell was ready to expand her services. 54 Central was a perfect fit to accommodate the growing needs of the company. “I am now able to take Theracopia to the next level and expand upon our service offerings in an aesthetically beautiful and highly visible location.”

54 Central Street, a 6,000± square foot building originally built as a chapel, provides gorgeous architectural details and character including a 20’ ceiling. “The main hall was the perfect location for Theracopia to offer their services in an architecturally appealing space – not easily easily found in typical retail or office space,” commented Commercial Real Estate Advisor Marilyn Santiago.” “It just made sense for the property to lend itself to a wellness type facility. We also leased a portion of the first floor to Richer Life Journey, a spiritual wellness center for self-awareness, personal growth, emotional healing and intuitive development. The businesses can easily complement each other, ’’ she added.

“The building also provides a convenient location off Central Street, less than 1/4 mile from Route 9 at a lighted intersection. This allows clients and employees the opportunity to easily travel towards Route 9 west or east. It is also 1/2 mile from Route 30,” commented Garrett Quinn.

“I want the building to remain a signature building in the community with its historical features, yet the modern amenities needed by commercial space users. The goal was for 54 Central Street to be the center piece of the Fayville business district and a sought after address for MetroWest businesses,” commented Davis. With the addition of Theracopia, we will be able to accomplish that goal.”