Three Companies Lease Space in Former Mill Complex in Watertown
The Riverworks complex on Pleasant Street welcomed three new tenants to the former Boston Scientific building.
Three companies signed leases to move into the Riverworks complex, the Aetna Mills which most recently served as home to Boston Scientific.
Mimecast North America, Fresh Tilled Soil and Kearsarge Energy have signed long-term leases for a total of 49,565 square feet of space at the former mill builing at 480 Pleasant St. at Bridge Stret, according to the Boston Business Journal.
Fresh Tilled Soil and Mimecast will move to Watertown from the Waltham Watch Factory. Fresh Tilled Soil will occupy 14,230 square feet on the third and fourth floor, while Mimecast will establish it's U.S. headquarters in 33,669 square feet on the first floor of the building.
Kearsarge Energy signed a lease for 1,666 square feet on the first floor of the building. The company will move from One Gateway Center in Newton.
The terms of the leases were not disclosed, according to the Boston Business Journal.
The Riverworks opened in May and has leased 90,000 square feet of space to six tenants. The building is now 46 percent occupied, the Boston Business Journal reports.
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