Video game maker Harmonix announced this week that they are going to move their headquarters from Cambridge to Boston’s F inancial District this summer.
The company has been located at 625 Massachusetts Avenue and has plans to move this August to the seventh floor of an 11 story building at 40 Broad Street in Boston. They have signed a lease for almost 25,000 square feet of office space.
The company will occupy the entire seventh floor at the new location.
“Harmonix is thrilled to be moving across the river to 40 Broad Street. The city of Boston has done a tremendous job revitalizing the downtown area, and the new space will be a major upgrade for us. We are excited to settle in and start enjoying our new surroundings,” said Chris Rigopulos, chief operating officer of Harmonix.
Other tenants in the building include Mullen, Public Consulting Group, Advent Software Inc. and the law firm, Gesmer Updegrove. Harmonix was founded in 1995 and is best known for creating blockbuster franchises like Rock Band and Dance Central.