Mohr Partners Represents the MENTOR Network in Leasing of Lupoli Riverwalk Property
April 26th, 2018 | Press Releases
LAWRENCE, MASS. April 26, 2018 – Mohr Partners, Inc., the world’s largest wholly-owned commercial real estate advisory firm exclusively focused on representing tenants, announced the MENTOR Network’s 30,000+ SF lease in Lupoli Companies’ Riverwalk property. Mohr Partners’ Account Manager Victor Salvino IV, along with the Boston Mohr Partners team, represented MENTOR in the transaction.
“Mohr Partners, Inc. is excited to bring MENTOR to Lawrence and its growing market,” Salvino said. “We feel moving MENTOR to Lawrence was the best direction for our client given the area amenities and the improvements that Lupoli Companies are putting into the buildings at Riverwalk. This was a long-term strategy for our client and we are pleased with how everything is coming together on their new space.”
“The MENTOR Network is exactly the kind of mission-driven organization we want to attract at Riverwalk,” President and CEO of Lupoli Companies Sal Lupoli said. “Their decision to expand to Lawrence demonstrates the city’s increasing appeal as a place where employers want to grow their businesses. We are excited to have this great organization as a Riverwalk tenant and look forward to the positive impact they will have on our community.”
The MENTOR Network is a national network of local health and human services providers offering quality, community-based services to adults, children and elders in need. The new office in the historic Riverwalk area will hold over 200 MENTOR employees. The building is also home to other organizations in the education and social service industry, such as Melmark New England, Clarendon Early Education Services and Family Continuity.
“The MENTOR Network has long provided quality of life enhancing services to residents of Lawrence and we now look forward to locating our Shared Services Center in this vibrant and growing city,” said Bruce Nardella, President and CEO of The MENTOR Network.”
“This lease is significant for Lupoli Companies and we are thrilled to welcome The MENTOR Network to the Riverwalk community,” Senior Vice President of Lupoli Companies Gerry-Lynn Darcy said. “Our team of architects is actively designing the perfect space for this innovative national organization.”
The MENTOR organization is expected to move in Fall 2018.
View the Press Release here.
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