CAMBRIDGE, MA JANUARY 20, 2020
Kendall Press, a leading graphic arts company, today announced it has renewed the lease at its current location at One Main Street, Cambridge MA.
Kendall Press was founded in Kendall Square on Charles Street in 1986 and moved to its One Main Street location in 2006. While the geographic area the business serves has grown well beyond the neighborhood and the Boston area; it is committed to maintaining its presence in Kendall Square to best deliver for its clients who depend on the personal service and speed that local proximity provides. “Anyone who knows anything about Kendall Square real estate understands that it is an extremely competitive market however, we are committed to remaining in the community. While we pride ourselves on the service and high-quality we provide, our local clients appreciate that we are close by. They rely on the fact that in addition to supporting their planned printing and mailing initiatives we can also successfully deliver any rush projects that come up” said Kendall Press President Edward Christopher.
“Our One Main St location includes over 7,600 square feet of production space with the technology to quickly produce all types of high-quality printed marketing and sales collateral as well as large format materials like signs, banners and posters. It also includes a robust mailing department to handle direct mail campaigns as well as patient or customer communications. In addition to the production facility we have more space for kitting, fulfillment and client material storage” said Jacob Souza-Dickinson, Kendall Press General Manager.
Added Edward, “Kendall Press has grown and evolved with Kendall Square over the last three decades. We’re proud of the work we do to support the innovation community here and we continue to push innovation in our business to deliver successful outcomes for our clients. By renewing our lease at One Main Street, we are recommitting to this dynamic, forward-thinking community and look forward to a continued partnership with the great organizations here well into the future.”