The Boston buildings are 225 Franklin St., a 33-story building that currently has an occupancy rate of 96 percent, and 60 State St., a 38-story building that is 82 percent leased. The Cambridge building is the 17-story One Memorial Drive.
On its own, Toronto-based Oxford said it purchased the 22-story office building at Boston’s 125 Summer St.
Oxford’s press release did not include financial details of the transaction. But a Globe story in May valued the sales agreement at $2.1 billion and identified the seller as Blackstone Group of New York.
In a statement, Oxford Properties senior vice president Andrew Trickett said: “Opportunities to acquire such a high-quality office portfolio in downtown Boston and Cambridge are extremely rare. We believe Boston has significant potential for rental growth and that the office market enjoys favorable supply/demand dynamics. By leveraging our scale and experience, Oxford was able to secure this transaction and quickly establish a substantial presence in a key US market which allows us to deliver on our strategic US regional initiative to acquire and develop significant holdings in New York, Washington D.C., and Boston.”
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