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Type: Homesite | Land
Area | County: Boston 
Location: 125 Tremont Street
Boston , MA
Acreage: 0.18
Acreage: 0.18

125 Tremont is located directly across the street from Boston Common and is central to BostonGÇÖs top employment districts, tourist attractions, restaurants and shops in the Financial District, Theater District, Downtown Crossing and Back Bay making it one of the most strategic and desirable locations within the city. The Park Street MBTA station (Green Line and Red Line) is located steps from the building while Downtown Crossing (Orange Line) is less than a five-minute walk away. Comprised of 15,185 rentable square feet, over 3-stories, the existing Class B building is 100% occupied by quality office and retail tenants on short term below market leases. 125 Tremont ia ideally positioned for a value-add repositioning of the existing building or a fullscale redevelopment of the underbuilt 8,015 square foot site. Given its premium location and the attractive underlying zoning, 125 Tremont offers multiple compelling potential future use and development scenarios.


125 Tremont is at the corner of Park St. & Tremont St. in the heart of Boston's Downtown Crossing.

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