FRAMINGHAM – Metrowest Commercial Real Estate announced its brokers, Marlene Aron and Cheryl Tully Stoll have successfully completed several commercial real estate transactions.
One of the Framingham transactions was the sale of a 4,924 square foot office building at 281 Pleasant Street for $632,000 to Jeff’s Place, a nonprofit that specializes in grief counseling for children.
Another sale was a 3-story Victorian office building at 64 Lexington Street for $295,000 to an investor completing a 1031 tax deferred exchange.
The third was the sale of a two-family home at 159-161 Walnut Street for $495,000 that was purchased with FHA financing.
Tully Stoll said “Despite the pandemic, we’re seeing a robust commercial real estate market. Financing continues to be available and we are working on three large pending Framingham sales; the former Marian High School, the former Angry Ham’s Restaurant site and three contiguous lots in the Central Business District as well as numerous other projects.”