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Fantini & Gorga Secures Acquisition Financing for Waltham MXU

Fantini & Gorga secured a $2.2 million acquisition loan for a mixed-use building in Waltham. Located at 309 Moody St., the 23,000-square-foot property was built in the 1950s and was originally a Woolworth location. The current tenant roster includes Mattress Firm and Family Dollar.

The building also includes 3,000 square feet of office space above and warehouse space below grade.

Derek Coulombe of Fantini & Gorga secured the financing on behalf of the undisclosed buyer through a regional bank. Additional proceeds of the loan will go towards renovating and repurposing the second-floor office space.


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