Nauset Completes Renovation of Natick’s Clock Tower Place

| March 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

Clock Tower Place in Natick Village

Clock Tower Place in Natick Village

Natick, MA  – Nauset Construction recently announced that renovations are complete for Clock Tower Place, Natick Village’s premier business park, a three-building 51,500 sf office complex located at 17-19 Willow St. and 4 Mechanic St. in downtown Natick. Completed in two phases, the $2.3 million renovation project allows owner Daly Natick LLC to reposition this well-located property to maximize tenant appeal. This facility offers substantial parking and is conveniently located near the commuter rail, major highways as well as downtown retail shops, offices and walking/bicycle paths. The complex is currently anchored by Tir Na Nog Childcare and the Metrowest Academy of Jiu Jitsu with an additional 15,000 square feet of renovated space now available for leasing. 

 

“We’re confident that our repositioning executed by Nauset Construction and KSID Architecture & Interior Design will pay dividends as the Metro West office leasing market strengthens,” said Doug Potter, President-NAI Hunneman Management and Development owners representative for the project.“The construction and architectural teams worked collaboratively to deliver a quality finished product in a timely and efficient manner.” 

Phase I of the renovations consisted of significant upgrades to the 17,000 square foot, two-story 4 Mechanic Street location, including a complete reconfiguration of the main entry that incorporates a new handicapped accessible entrance; extensive renovations to two lobbies and corridors featuring stone tile flooring, decorative wooden panels and new walls and ceilings. A new kitchenette and office space were also constructed and two restrooms were renovated with energy-efficient light and water fixtures. Phase II renovations at 19 Willow Street involved substantial exterior construction including a new clock tower, two dormers, a new building façade with all new windows and exterior doors. Interior work included a new elevator, entry-lobby and the addition of structural steel upgrades at the second floor to support the updated mezzanine space above and meet current building codes. Renovations to 17 Willow Street included building façade upgrades, a new ADA ramp and roof. 

The construction took place while the multi-tenanted building remained fully operational, a testament to Nauset’s extensive experience working in occupied and operational facilities across the commercial, education, senior living and medical sectors. “Maintaining a safe and non-obtrusive environment for business owners and their customers while performing high quality construction are joint priorities for our firm,” said “Anthony Papantonis, President of Nauset Construction

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