There are a couple of new commercial leases at WaterWalk Place downtown.
Bay State Milling is taking 1,470 square feet in September, though it will begin remodeling the space this month.
No one with the company was available for comment, but according to a release, Bay State “is a family-owned company focused on supporting the growth of the next generation of grain-based foods in North America by providing the leading array of plant-based ingredients. Since 1899, they have provided exceptional quality flour and grain products and are continuing to expand by bringing … new supply chains and technologies into the company.”
WaterWalk’s Vanessa Johnson handled the deal.
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She also handled a deal for IMS, or International Monetary Systems, which recently moved to the property.
The barter service franchisee took 1,057 square feet.
That leaves 4,000 square feet left to lease. All of the residential condos at WaterWalk Place are sold.