Software Firm Hits a Triple in Boston Suburb

To find a new headquarters three times the size of its old one, fast-growing Paytronix Inc. only had to move down the block.

By Bogdan Odagescu, Associate Editor

Paytronix office, Newton, Mass.
Paytronix office, Newton, Mass.

Boston—Software company Paytronix recently moved its Newton headquarters to 80 Bridge St., tripling its Boston area footprint to 40,000 square feet.

Previously based in the nearby renovated mill building at 74 Bridge St., Paytronix worked with local firm ACTWO Architects to construct the new open office space. “The existing brick and timber building at 80 Bridge St. offered an ideal two-story backdrop for Paytronix’s vibrant and collaborative office culture,” said Thom White, project principal at ACTWO Architects, in a prepared statement.

With a local head count close to 100, the software company is taking advantage of the thriving and competitive local market. “It is important to maintain our roots in the Boston area, where we benefit from access to world-class technical talent, as well as strong relationships with many local universities,” added Andrew Robbins, president & co-founder of Paytronix.

Close to both I-90/Massachusetts Turnpike and Route 20, the building at 80 Bridge St. is located within walking distance from the Watertown Stop & Shop and a handful of dining options on Watertown Street. In the vicinity of many dense residential areas, Paytronix’s base also sits within a 15-minute drive from the 477,000-square-foot Mall at Chestnut Hill.

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