SofTech, a provider of product lifecycle management tools, relocated from nearby 59 Lowes Way.
The firm’s new location is part of the historic Wannalancit Mills, a 19th century textile mill along Lowell’s Northern Canal.
“We were drawn to the site, not only by the charm of the mill, but also the many amenities the building has to offer, including a fitness center, cafeteria, and walking access to downtown Lowell, the Tsongas Center, and the University of Massachusetts Lowell Campus,” Michael Richards, information technology manager at SofTech, said in a statement. “We are pleased to be in such a historic building.”
John Wilson, Brian McKenzie, and Jared Pimm of Transwestern | RBJ represented SofTech in the lease. The building’s landlord, Farley White, was represented internally by Rob Connors.
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