New Boston Fund Inc., a private equity real estate investment, development and management firm, said it has two new tenants at Watermill Center, a six-story office building in Waltham, and leased additional space to an existing tenant.
The new tenants are private equity firm Fireman Capital Partners, which is leasing 17,565 square feet of space, and BlueSnap, a global payment service provider that just moved into about 7,500 square feet of space last weekend. Fireman Capital is scheduled to move into its new space in mid December.
Meanwhile, existing tenant Global Partners LP has leased nearly 73,000 square feet of space at Watermill Center. The previous Global Partners lease was for 34,000 square feet.
Global Partners is a Waltham-based fuel distributor that operates a network of rail-loading facilities, storage and barge terminals, and gas stations in more than 20 states, distributing crude, gasoline, ethanol, and other fuels.
New Boston said it was represented in lease negotiations by Duncan Gratton, senior managing director and principal, and Kate McGovern, an Associate at Cassidy Turley. David Campbell, senior managing director and principal, and Ryan Romano, assistant vice president at Cassidy Turley, represented Global Partners. Blue Snap and Fireman Capital Partners were represented by Cassidy Turley’s senior managing director and principal John Boyle.