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Eysenbach Completes $13M Build to Suit for Hamilton Storage Technologies

Posted by Samantha on April 30, 2013
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R.W. Holmes Realty Co., Inc. is pleased to announce completion of the east coast offices for Hamilton Storage Technologies at 3 Forge Park, Franklin, MA. The recent  move into their new 52,000 SF facility on 8.3 acres was a consolidation of three locations into one for offices, testing labs, demonstration space
3-Forge-Park-300x162and manufacturing area.

A grand opening celebration took place this week thanking the Town of Franklin and project team. The multi-story building was constructed with extensive glass facades, glass lobby ceiling and employee lounge by National Development and their affiliate Cranshaw Construction. Spagnolo Gisness & Assoc and Studio Savoir were the architects.

The facility will serve as the East Coast Headquarters and competence center for Hamilton Storage Technologies, a global leader in the design and manufacture of ultra-low temperature robotic  sample management systems for the life science industry.

John Eysenbach, Executive Vice President was the sole broker in this Transaction.

About R.W. Holmes Realty

Since 1976 R.W. Holmes Realty has assisted corporations and investor/developers with their local, national, and international real estate needs. R.W. Holmes specializes in property leasing, investment sales, tenant representation, consulting and asset management. www.rwholmes.com

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