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58 King Street, Saint John, New Brunswick
Directly on the heals of Commercial Properties Limited announcing they were moving their offices from the 4th floor of 58 King to a much needed/expanded space at the Red Rose building, we are pleased to confirm that the space has been leased to Hatch. The space is 2,932 square feet (located above the radio station on King Street) and needed very little in the way of leasehold improvements to meet Hatch’s needs. The space has some exposed brick and an open ceiling offering a modern industrial feel while maintaining much of the heritage character of the building.
Hatch supplies engineering, project & construction, business consulting and operational services to the mining, metallurgical, energy and infrastructure industries. They are relocating their office from the Marr Road in Rothesay to the uptown core.
“We see Saint John as a growth market for us and this new location brings us closer to two of our major clients while also providing additional amenities for our staff such as nearby parks, coffee shops and eateries.” commented Lorne Flowers from Hatch.
Please join me in welcoming Hatch to Uptown Saint John.
Stephanie Turner represented the Landlord and Greg Brewster, Colliers represented the Tenant in the transaction.
The biophilia hypothesis suggests that there is an instinctive bond between human beings and other living systems. Thirty years ago, Harvard University biologist Edward O. Wilson, PhD, proposed the idea that access to the natural environment can positively affect a person’s health. Dozens of studies have followed in the years since, many of which have confirmed the hypothesis and found that people are measurably more relaxed when given access to views of the natural environment. source: www.thefreelibrary.com
The biophelia hypothesis is so widely accepted that many office building developers now consider biophilia in their design and LEED building certification lists it as one of the key factors that motivate employees and increase efficiency.
SOMERSET SQUARE in Saint John, New Brunswick is a LEED Gold certified building.
1 Germain Street (18th floor Brunswick Square), Saint John, N.B.
The 18th floor of Brunswick Square (17,497 square feet), previously occupied by Salesforce, has been sub-leased by Mariner Partners. Mariner continues to occupy space in the Red Rose Tea building (12 Smythe Street) but seized an opportunity to take advantage of the top class finishes and flexible collaborative environment that had been created on the 18th floor of the Brunswick Square office tower. Salesforce continues to occupy the entire 16th floor of Brunswick Square. Stephanie Turner represented Salesforce and Ian McCoy of Re/Max Professional Saint John represented Mariner Partners.