BOSTON URBAN PARTNERS is the only firm in the Boston-Cambridge trade area focused solely on retail and restaurant leasing.

In an industry where everyone is advertising themselves as dynamic, innovative and having the best network, how does a firm establish itself as best-in-class and a true leader?

At Boston Urban Partners, our competitive edge comes directly from the tangible benefits we provide our clients. Founded in 2010, our primary goal since inception has been to increase the value of our clients’ real estate assets through maximizing NOI.



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Our Services

Some people look at buildings and see walls. We look at them and see opportunity. We see sleek new storefronts and bustling restaurants. We see vibrant neighborhoods with the amenities they need to thrive. It’s the lens we use to secure flagship locations for big-name brands and develop merchandising strategies. It’s how we set new records in market rents and analyze the data.

Whether you’re a landlord, tenant or investor, we want to help make your vision a reality. How can we help you?

Landlord Representation+

When we take on a listing, we aim to increase the value of the whole building. We do this through creative merchandising, disciplined leasing strategy and, most importantly, execution. Owners and developers who work with BosUrban are able to increase total asset NOI by 45%, translating to $27 million of value creation in a single transaction.

Tenant Representation+

Retailers and restaurateurs from around the globe ask BosUrban to represent them. Why? Because we help them secure locations that make their brick-and-mortar sites up to 20% more profitable.

Advisory Services+

Need to reposition the street level of your asset, but aren’t sure where to begin? BosUrban’s advisory services help lay the foundation for a successful lease-up. We’ll work with you and your design team to arrive at a strategy you can be confident will increase your asset’s value. The end benefit: You secure retail tenants in half the time compared to market average.

Capital Markets+

When it comes to investment sales, BosUrban knows how to market urban properties to fetch top dollar from investors. In fact, we’ve helped landlords purchase portfolios, execute a leasing strategy, and sell the portfolio for a 203% increase in as little as 18 months. A better process and better results — that’s why you hire us.

Our Listings

From local startups to international retailers, small corner bistros to buzz-worthy shops, BosUrban specializes in placing the best concepts in the best locations. We know the nuances of both retail and restaurants inside and out. Search here for your next real estate opportunity.

  • 505 Congress Street, Seaport (rs-3663)

    505 Congress Street // Seaport District • Two spaces, each on their own, highly visible, corner in the center of the thriving Seaport District. • Space A: +/-9,878 SF of fully built-restaurant space. Possible to purchase liquor license and FF&E from previous tenant’s lender. • Space B: +/-3,593 of restaurant

  • Church Park, Back Bay (rs-3317)

    CHURCH PARK 245 Mass Ave // Back Bay Retail/ Restaurant Opportunity +/-3,258 SF (up to +/- 3,850 SF) • Up to +/-3,850 SF of retail or restaurant space • Adjacent to Whole Foods and newly opened Caffè Nero • Expansive patio opportunity • Located beneath 508 luxury apartment units Church Park

  • 1 Blackfan Circle, Longwood Medical & Academic Area (rs-3418)

    1 BLACKFAN CIRCLE // Longwood Medical & Academic Area Retail / Restaurant Opportunity  +/- 5,336 SF • +/-5,336 SF of retail or restaurant space. • Located in the heart of the Longwood Medical and Academic Area, which has 112,000 visitors daily and 2.3 million patients annually. • Surrounded by 22 medical institutions,

  • Tremont on the Common, Downtown (rs-3724)

    151 TREMONT STREET Tremont on the Common // Downtown Retail / Restaurant Opportunity  Up to +/-10,964 SF • Up to +/-10,964 SF of retail or restaurant space located in a 376-unit luxury residential building. • 14,000 cars per day on Tremont Street, and over 50,000 annual visitors to the Boston Common Visitor center

  • Four Liberty Square, Downtown (rs-3384)

    FOUR LIBERTY SQUARE // Downtown Retail / Restaurant Opportunity  +/- 6,180 SF • +/-6,180 SF of second-generation restaurant space at the intersection of Water and Batterymarch Streets. • Located in the heart of the Financial District, steps from Post Office Square, Faneuil Hall, and The Greenway. • Surrounded by national hotels, including The

  • Clippership Wharf, East Boston (rs-3357)

    Clippership Wharf // East Boston Retail/Restaurant Opportunities +/-1,142 SF & +/-2,808 SF The Clippership Wharf development is transforming the East Boston waterfront into an active, publicly accessible extension of Maverick Square, and the surrounding East Boston neighborhood. When complete, the project will boast four upscale residential buildings and approximately 478

  • Avenir, North Station (rs-3235)

    Avenir • 101 Canal Street // North Station Retail/ Restaurant Opportunity +/-6,047 SF (subdividable) Corner location on North Station’s busy, restaurant filled Canal Street. This +/-6,047 SF of subdividable retail or restaurant space sits in a 241-unit luxury residential building with other retailers, including Boston Common Coffee, CVS, The Handle

  • 505 Congress Street, Seaport District (rs-3661)


    505 Congress Street // Seaport District • +/- 9,878 SF of retail/restaurant space plus patio • Highly visible corner location in the center of the thriving Seaport District • Seaport District offers an eclectic array of shopping, 60+ restaurants & cafés and 14 art galleries & museums • Easy access from the

  • 10 Park Plaza, Back Bay (rs-2797)


    10 Park Plaza Transportation Building // Back Bay THREE  Retail/ Restaurant Opportunities up to:  +/-5,375 SF, +/-1,546 SF & +/-919 SF Boston Urban Partners is pleased to offer three  retail or restaurant opportunities at 10 Park Plaza. 10 Park Plaza is located within walking distance to the Boston Common, Public

  • 40 Berkeley Street, South End • Back Bay (rs-3063)


    40 Berkeley Street // South End • Back Bay Landmark Restaurant Opportunity : +/- 4,986 SF plus +/- 2,335 SF patio Boutique Hotel Redevelopment 170 newly renovated hotel rooms, drawing approximately 100,000 visitors per year. Amenity Offering • Unique space: +/- 4,986 SF of indoor dining with +/- 2,335 SF of enclosed patio space.

  • 163 Newbury Street, Back Bay (rs-3058)


    163 Newbury Street // Back Bay Retail  / Restaurant Opportunity Boston Urban Partners is pleased to present +/- 2,982 SF of first-class retail/restaurant space. Located at 163 Newbury Street, this newly renovated two-level opportunity is situated between Dartmouth and Exeter streets and is only steps away from Copley Square, The Hynes

  • 174 Newbury Street, Back Bay (rs-3361)


    174 Newbury Street // Back Bay Retail Opportunity • +/- 1,701 SF of retail space located on the Dartmouth Street/Exeter Street block of Newbury Street • Eighteen feet of unobstructed frontage • Two level signage opportunity • Clean delivery – minimal upfront investment needed • Steps away from Copley Square, The Hynes Convention Center,

  • 200 Stuart Street, Back Bay (rs-3060)


    200 Stuart Street // Back Bay Retail/ Restaurant Opportunities up to:  10,100 SF Boston Urban Partners is pleased to offer approximately +/-10,100 SF of retail or restaurant space available for lease in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. Adjacent to the Revere Hotel, 200 Stuart Street is located just steps from the city’s

  • 99 Summer Street, Downtown (rs-2573)


    99 Summer Street // Downtown Retail/ Restaurant Opportunity Boston Urban Partners is pleased to offer  +/- 2,705 SF of restaurant or retail space located in one of Boston’s busiest neighborhoods- Downtown Crossing. This highly trafficked location is in the center of a premiere retail and restaurant thoroughfare. 99 Summer sits

  • 161 Devonshire Street, Downtown (rs-3056)


    161 Devonshire Street // Downtown Prime Downtown Restaurant Opportunity : +/-4,519 SF • +/-4,519 SF (with basement available) of prime, existing restaurant space located in Downtown Boston. • The space has two main entry points, one on Devonshire Street and the other on Arch Street, as well as the Club Quarters Hotel as

  • Winter Street Flagship Retail Opportunity – The Corner, Downtown (rs-3559)

    The Corner // Downtown Crossing Full Building Flagship Retail Opportunity – The Corner +/-3,801 SF + Lower Level The Corner, situated at the intersection of Winter and Washington Streets, offers a full building flagship opportunity of +/-3,801 SF + Lower Level Flexible floor plans allow tenants to create a store unique to

  • 101 Tremont Street, Downtown Crossing (rs-3351)

    101 Tremont // Downtown Crossing • +/- 1,382 SF of restaurant or retail space fronting on Bromfield Street • Located in Boston’s busiest and most transformative neighborhood – Downtown Crossing • Heavy office, tourist and residential traffic, steps from South Station • $2.4 billion of recent investment in the Downtown Crossing

  • The Corner, Downtown Crossing (rs-3055)


    The Corner // Downtown Crossing Offering Boston’s Iconic Corner – The Corner Premier Flagship Retail Opportunities +/-3,410 SF, +/-7,602 SF, +/-8,992 SF, & +/-11,012 SF The Corner, situated at the intersection of Winter and Washington Streets, offers several flagship opportunities totaling up to 20,000 SF. Flexible floor plans allow tenants to create a store

  • 22 Boston Wharf Road, Fort Point Channel (rs-3059)


    22 Boston Wharf Road //Fort Point Channel Retail / Restaurant Opportunity • TWO Units: 2,507 SF & 570 SF available for restaurant or retail use in Boston’s dynamic Fort Point Channel neighborhood. • 22 Boston Wharf Road sits between two of the neighborhoods busiest streets, Congress Street and Seaport Boulevard, home to the Seaport

  • The Beverly, North Station (rs-3057)


    The Beverly // North Station 101 Beverly Street  Retail/ Restaurant Opportunity +/- 732 SF Boston Urban Partners is pleased to offer one remaining retail or restaurant space at Related Beal’s new development: The Beverly. This project features a 220-key Courtyard Marriott, as well as 239 residential units. The remaining space consists of 732 SF

  • 225 Northern Avenue, Seaport District (rs-3054)


    225 Northern Avenue // Seaport District • +/- 6,374 SF of retail/restaurant space plus patio • Highly visible corner location in the center of the thriving Seaport District • Seaport District offers an eclectic array of shopping, 60+ restaurants & cafés and 14 art galleries & museums • Easy access from the Financial

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    505 Tremont Street, South End (rs-3003)

    505 Tremont Street // South End Two Retail Opportunities |  +/- 2,970 SF & +/- 1,634 SF Here is what you need to know about this location: (within a 1/2 mile radius) Average Household Income: $158,960 Annual Retail Expenditure: $624 Million Daytime Population: 83,353 Average Daily Car Traffic: 17,300 Residential Units: 14,122 Space A: Street Level:  +/- 2,970 SF Frontage: 

  • 675 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge (rs-2212)


    675 Massachusetts Ave. //Cambridge (2) Retail Opportunities 1,780 & 2,687 square feet of retail spaces conveniently located next to the Central Square Red Line T stop. This site is surrounded by technology-driven companies, laboratories, start-ups, education and is situated between Kendall Square, the home of Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Massachusetts Institute of

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  • Prudential Center // Back Bay
  • ReelHouse // East Boston
  • rimowa // back bay
  • Lululemon // Back Bay
  • Alden & Harlow // Harvard Square
  • George Howell Coffee // Downtown Crossing
  • DRYBAR // Back bay
  • Ocean Prime // Seaport
  • JOIE // Back Bay
  • Saloniki // Fenway

Our Work

Boston Urban Partners has a vast knowledge of the Boston-Cambridge trade area and the experience to ensure success. Check out more of our completed deals below and see for yourself.





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