Cambridge Holdings, a real-estate firm specializing in health-care facilities, has leased 18,756 square feet of office space in The Plaza at Preston Center’s new five-story mixed-use building, which will now be known as the Cambridge Building.
Cambridge will occupy the entire top floor and half of the third floor of the building, per a news release. The University Park Public Library will occupy the entire second floor. As the largest tenant, Cambridge will have upper-floor signage on three sides of the building, which is scheduled to be complete in the spring.
“We are delighted to join the Preston Center community as the largest tenant in the new Cambridge Building,” Jean-Claude Saada, Cambridge's chairman and CEO, said in the release. “The vibrancy of the neighborhood and the walkable surroundings of the Plaza are complementary with our business activities. Our office space will reinforce the energy of the area and promote healthy habits and well being for our staff and visitors.”
Morgan Stanley will occupy the entire fourth floor, and Morgan Stanley signage will also appear on top of the building. The ground floor will be devoted to retail tenants, including True Food Kitchen and Matthew Trent.