RW Holmes Leases 22,483 SF-Forest Ridge Office Park, Billerica
Forest Ridge Office Park in Billerica Announces 3 new leases 22,483 SF leased by Sullivan and Detwiller of R. W. Holmes
Forest Ridge Realty Corp., a subsidiary of K & L Realty LLC of Worcester, MA is pleased to announce that two new tenants and one existing tenant have signed for 22,483 SF at the Forest Ridge Office Park, 85 Rangeway Road, Billerica MA.
NTP Software, the worldwide leader in the control and management of unstructured data, leased 11,776 SF and Harvest Automation, which was founded by experts in using robotics for enhancing productivity and is focused on robotic material handling, signed for 6,745 SF in Building Three. Award Productions, a high definition video and TV production company offering a full range of media services from script development to post production. expanded into 3,692 SF in Building One.
Located in Billerica less than two miles from the interchange of Routes 3 and 495 and featuring nature trails into the adjacent state forest, Forest Ridge Office Park is a master-planned 19-acre campus with three two-story brick buildings of 50,000 sf each. NTP Software and Harvest Automation chose to join companies such as American Power Conversion and Venture Technologies because of the flexible layout, thoughtful and collaborative space planning by VMY Vitols Architects, and first-class buildout managed by a responsive and attentive landlord.
Bill Sullivan, VP, and Chip Detwiller, Sr. VP, SIOR, of R.W. Holmes Realty, brokers for Forest Ridge Office Park, represented the Landlord. Keith Coulter of McPherson Corp. represented Harvest Automation. Bill Sullivan also represented NTP Software.
George K. Tonna, president, stated, “Forest Ridge Office Park is an ideal setting with great value. K & L’s philosophy is to offer the highest quality office fitup and service for the least rent. The park has mature landscaping, picnic tables overlooking woodlands, plenty of parking, and easy highway access. We welcome our new tenants and look forward to completing their buildouts this spring.”