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Cushman & Wakefield Represents George P. Johnson Relocation to 200 Clarendon Street

April 18, 2018 - By Real Reporter
200 Clarendon from Charles River

BOSTON–Cushman & Wakefield announced that is has represented George P. Johnson, an experiential marketing firm, in its 26,759 square foot relocation from 711 Atlantic Avenue to 200 Clarendon Street. “We are excited to start the next chapter of our business in such a prime and desirable building,” said George P. Johnson CEO Chris Meyer.

“This new location puts us right in the heart of Boston and Copley Square with more space and amenities than we had before.” At the center of Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, 200 Clarendon is New England’s tallest building and a significant Boston landmark. With 62 stories and approximately 1.7 million square feet of space, this all-glass tower features a 360-degree view of Boston. The building is walking distance from a plethora of amenities, major transportation locations and recreational areas such as the Public Garden and the Boston Common. Other amenities include a private underground parking garage, FedEx and UPS services, Bank of America ATM, 24-hour security assistance, café and coffee bar.

“This is the perfect area for a bustling and creative company like George P. Johnson,” said Barry Hynes, Executive Director at Cushman & Wakefield. “We are glad to assist in the relocation and believe its new office will set the company up for continued success.”

Barry Hynes, Executive Director and Malcolm See, Senior Associate, in Cushman & Wakefield’s Boston office, along with Jon Gorczyca, Senior Director, and Nathan Piehl, Executive Managing Director, of our Los Angeles’ office, represented George P. Johnson. In addition, Jim Davis, Senior Project Manager, and Alex Magyar, Project Manager, of Cushman & Wakefield’s Boston office provided Project and Development Services for the buildout of George P. Johnson’s office space at 200 Clarendon Street.

Malcolm See Barry Hynes