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April 12, 2024

Holliston industrial building sells for $3.15M to Framingham greeting card company

A brick industrial building with a parking lot in front Image | Courtesy of Greater Boston Commercial Properties A Framingham-based greeting card company will soon be moving into 123 Washington St. (pictured) in Holliston.

An industrial flex building in Holliston has been sold for $3.15 million to Quilling Card, a Framingham-based producer of greeting cards.

The 38,161-square-foot building located on 2.5 acres of land at 123 Washington St. was sold on April 1, according to Middlesex South Registry of Deeds records. 

The property was purchased by Quilling Card, which plans on using a large portion of the building, according to a Thursday press release from Greater Boston Commercial Properties, the Northborough-based real estate firm. 

Founded in 2011, Quilling Card is headquartered in Framingham, where the company designs greeting cards and ships them to customers. A member of the Fair Trade Federation, the company manufactures the cards in three workshops in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, according to the Quilling Card’s website. 

The building was sold by Officejoint LLC, a Needham-based corporation managed by Peng Jin and Zhongling Li, both also of Needham.

The property was given a tax evaluation of $1.65 million for 2024, according to Town of Holliston property records. 

Tyler DeWolfe of Greater Boston Commercial Properties represented the seller and procured the buyer in this transaction. DeWolfe was involved in a 2017 transaction where the same building sold for $1.15 million.

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