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Henri Jacques LLC buys office building in Hub’s Financial District for $6.4m

274 Franklin St. Photo provided by Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT.

National Development has sold a six-story office building in Boston’s Financial District to local real estate investor Henri Jacques LLC for $6.4 million, said brokers involved in the transaction.

The brokers are Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT, which represented National Development, and Chandler Co. LLC, which represented Henri Jacques.

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With nearly 22,000 square feet of space including street-level retail space, the building has two addresses --- 274 Franklin St. and 67 Batterymarch St., the brokers said.

“274 Franklin St. is a pristine, boutique-style property, ideally-situated halfway between Post Office Square Park and the Rose Kennedy Greenway,” Chandler Co. said.

Chris Reidy can be reached at reidy@globe.com.
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