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James P. Cozza

Vice President

Jim has extensive experience in office and industrial lease negotiations, lease comparison analysis, and site search selection. He specializes in lease negotiation site search selection, tenant representation, buyer representation, sales and acquisition of office, industrial and investment assets.


Worcester Young Businessmen’s Association (President 2018-2109) Worcester Young Businessmen’s Association (Board Member 2012-2017), Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (R.W. Holmes SIOR Scholarship Winner), Supplies For Success (VP Marketing & Fundraising), Boston College Alumni Association (Member), Worcester Chamber of Commerce (Member), The Haven Country Club (Member)

Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA – BA, Communications & Marketing, 2010

Clients & Customers

Abigail Williams & Associates
Bayada Nursing
Central Mass Landscapes
Community Intervention Services
Crater Communications
Food Authority
Fallon Community Health Plan
Fonza Properties

Fresnius Medical Care
Futures Behavioral
Gabrielli Realty Trust
Granite City Electric
Keller Williams Realty
Reliant Medical Group

Santander Bank
ServPro Worcester
Seven Hills Foundation
South Bay Mental Health
Training Resources of America
Worcester Building Systems

In The News

Tech Firm Moves Global Headquarter To Worcester From Boston

Worcester Business Journal
Technology firm Xceedance has opened its new global headquarters at 1 Mercantile St. in Worcester, the former Unum building. In the lease agreement, Kelleher & Sadowsky’s Jim Cozza, Will Kelleher and Philip DeSimone represented Franklin Realty as lessor; Avison Yong of Boston represented Xceedance as lessor.

Software Company Moving into One Mercantile in Downtown Worcester

Telegram & Gazette
ComputerVault Inc. has signed an eight-year lease at One Mercantile beginning in January, moving its corporate headquarters to downtown Worcester. Will Kelleher, Phil DeSimone and Jim Cozza of Kelleher & Sadowsky represented the landlord, Franklin Realty Advisors, on this transaction.