Located in Woburn with convenient access to I-95 and Route 128, the first floor of 660 Main Street presents a unique standalone office opportunity within a charming, well-preserved historic building. This remarkable space boasts high ceilings, brick and beam architecture, and stunning stonework. With two levels of built-out office space tenants at 660 Main Street can also enjoy the added benefits of amenities such as a fitness center with locker rooms and enticing outdoor spaces.

Property Facts

Building Size: ±19,720 SF
Floors: 2
Available: 1st Floor: ±11,639 SF
Fitness room with lockers and showers
Outdoor green space

Behind the Masonry at 660

John Tocci, Sr. purchased the Guastavino Company’s historic tile manufacturing building in 1998 to rescue it from demise by wrecking ball. Undaunted by its derelict condition, he appreciated the structure: the half-timber framing, fieldstone and brick exterior and elegant arched windows. John envisioned a wonderful workspace for his employees hidden behind the boarded-up windows, bricked in doorways, tacked-in walls, yellowing drop ceilings and musty, multi-colored carpets. Restoration and renovation began in 1999. The first step in this process was developing a balanced project approach that incorporated the optimum mix of preservation, restoration, and modernization. To achieve this, John, and his team of architects, engineers and preservationists, embarked on an intriguing journey through the lives of a renowned father-son duo, Raphael Guastavino Moreno (Guastavino) and Raphael Guastavino Exposito (Guastavino II), who played a pivotal role in defining a uniquely American expression of Beaux Arts architecture.