- Nov. 13, 2012 - BOSTON -- Boston, MA – Avison Young
, North America’s fastest growing commercial real estate services company, has successfully brokered a 13,650 square foot
lease at 129 Portland Street, Boston, MA. Avison Young brokers Karyn McFarland and Matt Twombly
represented the landlord, Olympia Group Partnership
. Ron Friedman, Senior Vice President and Jeff Landers, Assistant Vice President, at Richards Barry Joyce & Partners, represented the tenant, CrunchTime! Information System, Inc. 129 Portland Street is a six-story 29,000-sf office building located in Boston’s North Station’s Bulfinch Triangle District.
CrunchTime! Information Systems is the leader in providing strategic enterprise solutions for the restaurant, cruise, and hospitality industries. The best know hospitality brands around the world use CrunchTime’s technologies to transform, optimize, and measure their businesses.
“Boston’s innovation-focused economy and the revitalization projects in the Bulfinch Triangle District have created an excellent live-work-play environment. I expect more companies will be following suit.” said McFarland.
“We are very excited to be moving across the harbor into the heart of Boston and providing our team better access to the many world-class amenities this city has to offer. The new space will also provide lots of flexibility as we absorb our record growth.” said CrunchTime CEO Bill Bellissimo.About Avison Young
Founded in 1978, Avison Young is Canada’s largest independently-
owned commercial real estate services company. Headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Avison Young is also the largest Canadian-owned, principal-managed commercial real estate brokerage firm in North America. Comprising more than 1,100 real estate professionals in 41 offices across Canada and the U.S., the full-service commercial real estate company provides value-added, client-centric investment sales, leasing, advisory, management, financing and mortgage placement services to owners and occupiers of office, retail, industrial and multi-residential properties.Photo: