Fast-growing software company chooses Woburn for Massachusetts site

Fast-growing software company chooses Woburn for Massachusetts site

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Caesar Creek Software has leased 5,500 square feet of office space at 400 West Cummings Park in Woburn. The new office is the company’s first location outside of its Miamisburg, Ohio headquarters. Caesar Creek Software provides cyber research and development services to the federal government. Its new presence in Massachusetts is part of the company’s substantial growth over the last five years, which included the construction of a 25,000-square-foot facility in Ohio.   West Cummings Park is located at the intersection of I-95 and I-93 and is home to hundreds of office, flex, and retail businesses. According to Company representatives, Caesar Creek chose the campus – following an extensive search – for its mix of amenities and accessibility for employees commuting via both car and public transportation. In choosing to locate…
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Cummings Properties honors 30-year employees

Cummings Properties honors 30-year employees

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How many people today have been with their employer for more than 30 years? At Cummings Properties, that number stands at 19. The group – made up of carpenters, designers, mechanics, and more – recently came together at Strega Prime, located at TradeCenter 128 in Woburn, to celebrate their collective 700 years of service. George Holland of Woburn – an equipment operator and, at 41 years, the commercial real estate firm’s longest-serving colleague – served as master of ceremonies as the group shared stories and laughter over lunch. Front row (left to right): painter Mike Gentile of Stoneham, carpenter Tom Vigneau of Wilmington, senior groundsworker Keith Yianacopolus of Billerica, senior project manager Scott Ronan of Billerica, and chief design officer Jim Trudeau of Beverly; middle row: mechanic Brian Loonie of…
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Amenities Included in Our Commercial Space

Amenities Included in Our Commercial Space

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Not all commercial spaces are created equal. Spaces can be outfitted in any number of ways. Luckily, Cummings Properties offers a diverse range of design options and amenities to meet your needs, typically at half of the cost of leasing in Cambridge or Boston. Cummings offers all different types of offices suites. The three most common categories are laboratory space, office space, and flex space, each outfitted for any number of intentions. Laboratory Suites Laboratory suites are a common choice for tech firms, medical offices, and other businesses needing a lab facility. Leasing a laboratory suite often includes a custom buildout, but Cummings Properties has an incredibly helpful, fully integrated leasing system that makes the construction process clear and simple. Laboratory space offerings include incubator labs, wet rooms, clean rooms,…
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Understanding the Process of Leasing a Commercial Space

Understanding the Process of Leasing a Commercial Space

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Leasing commercial space is a different process than leasing residential real estate. There are different factors to take into account that not everyone would think of. Especially if it is your first time leasing commercial office space, the process likely seems very daunting. Here is a short guide to understanding the process of leasing a commercial space. As always, Cummings Properties’ offers a fully integrated leasing system with advice on and services related to construction, financing, design, and more. Whether it's your first or tenth time, Cummings Properties can make the process easy. Location is important to the health of a business. You need to consider your customer base, access to other parts of the city, and your desired size. Once you’ve decided on a location that fits your needs,…
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Leasing vs. Owning a Commercial Space

Leasing vs. Owning a Commercial Space

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Investing in a commercial space can be an overwhelming task, especially for someone looking into commercial real estate for the first time. Terminology is thrown around and not always explained. One of the most common questions regarding commercial real estate is, “What is the difference between leasing and owning?” The basic differences between the two is very simple; the complexity lies in the details of the two. Leasing an Office Space Leasing a space is essentially like renting a residential property. Each month, the tenant pays the landlord a certain predetermined amount of money for rent. In exchange, the landlord carries many of the responsibilities of property management such as maintenance and purchasing building insurance. Additionally, in the short-term, leasing is much more cost-effective than owning for many companies, especially…
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