VinCo Properties & Chestnut Green Welcome Hunakai Studio of Fine Arts Spring 2010 Fine Arts Gallery and Studio to Occupy 4,000 SF at Chestnut Green

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Vince O'Neill, the Founder and President of VinCo Properties, Inc., is very pleased to welcome the Hunakai Studio to the Chestnut Green community. "The Hunakai Studio is a great addition to Chestnut Green," said O'Neill. "We take great pride in having successfully developed a first class mixed-use office, retail and residential community for Foxboro and appreciate the opportunity having a gallery and studio brings to the Chestnut Green community."

The Hunakai Studio is a great addition to Chestnut Green

VinCo Properties, Inc., a Boston-based real estate development company and the master developer of Chestnut Green, announced today that the Hunakai Studio of Fine Arts has signed a lease for 4,000 square feet at Chestnut Green.

The Hunakai Studio will move its gallery and School of Fine Arts from 106 Mechanic Street in Foxborough, Massachusetts to its new 4,000 square foot location at The Offices at Chestnut Green, providing ample classroom, gallery and studio space. The lease met the space requirements for The Hunakai Studio in addition to providing the perfect setting for the gallery and studio. The gallery will provide an additional amenity to the highly successful mixed-use Chestnut Green. VinCo Properties was represented by Paul Leone, Senior Vice President at Richards Barry Joyce & Partners.

Vince O'Neill, the Founder and President of VinCo Properties, Inc., is very pleased to welcome the Hunakai Studio to the Chestnut Green community. "The Hunakai Studio is a great addition to Chestnut Green," said O'Neill. "We take great pride in having successfully developed a first class mixed-use office, retail and residential community for Foxboro and appreciate the opportunity having a gallery and studio brings to the Chestnut Green community."

The 93 acre Chestnut Green campus features new Class A office space, open-air retail shops, apartments, condominiums, luxury homes and 40 acres of community playing fields and walking trails. It is conveniently located just half a mile from downtown Foxborough, 1 mile from Gillette Stadium and 2 miles from Routes 1 and 95. The lease transaction allows The Hunakai Studio of Fine Arts to continue expanding its repertoire of specialized art classes and comfortably accommodate the large increase in people who have shown interest in the Studio's unique programs.

About VinCo Properties, Inc. - Boston-based real estate development company, VinCo Properties, Inc. specializes in creating value through the repositioning of existing buildings and undeveloped land. Since 2001, VinCo has acquired over 1.5 million square feet of developable office, industrial, retail, and residential real estate. VinCo specializes in acquiring properties and adding value through quality construction and land entitlement. For more information, please visit http://www.VinCoProperties.com or call 617-859-5900.

About Chestnut Green - An adaptive re-use development of the former one hundred and thirty-six (136) acre Foxborough State Hospital site, Chestnut Green has become a mixed-use community consisting of retail, commercial, and residential housing units located approximately half a mile north from downtown Foxborough. A strong team of industry leaders stands behind the Chestnut Green development. The development team is led by master developer Vince O'Neill of VinCo Properties, Inc. VinCo Properties is developing "The Shops" and "The Offices" and in partnership with Matthew Abrams of Abrams Properties, LLC developing fifteen (15) townhomes called "The Carriage House Flats" and fifty-five (55) apartments "Chestnut Green Apartments". On the perimeter of the property, Michael Intoccia of Intoccia Construction Company is developing single family homes and Douglas King of Douglas A. King Builders, Inc. is also developing single family homes in addition to sixty (60) town homes. For more information, please visit http://www.chestnutgreen.com.

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