The Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services has signed a new lease at HarborSouth Tower at 100 Hancock St. in Quincy, said a broker involved in the transaction.
The broker is CB Richard Ellis/New England, which represented the building's owner, Griffith Properties, in lease negotiations.
After relocating departments from various locations throughout Boston, the state agency plans to occupy floors 4 through 8, or roughly 114,000 square feet of space, at the 10-story building, CB Richard Ellis/New England said; the agency joins MFS Investment Management and Affiliated Computer Services as the third major tenant to relocate to HarborSouth Tower from Boston in the past three years.
"Originally constructed in 1983, HarborSouth Tower was occupied for decades by Blue Cross/Blue Shield before it was acquired by Griffith Properties in 2007 just prior to Blue Cross/Blue Shield’s relocation to owned assets in Quincy and Hingham," CB Richard Ellis/New England said in a press release.
The release included the photo that appears with this post.