International medical technology firm EarlySense, Inc., which specializes in health monitoring products for the medical and consumer markets, will relocate its U.S. office to West Cummings Park in Woburn from its current location in Waltham.
Founded in 2004 and headquartered in Israel, EarlySense is a growing company focused on next-generation patient and health monitoring systems. The company uses sensors combined with its proprietary artificial intelligence to track real-time health data, including heart rate, breathing rate, sleep cycles, stress levels, and movement. The technology is designed to enhance safety and reduce risk for general care patients, and empower consumers to gain a better understanding of their health.
The move from Waltham to a 7,700-square-foot office and lab space in Woburn offers a strategic and convenient location, according to Senior Leasing Director Rob Yacobian of Cummings Properties.
“The new location affords EarlySense easy access to major hospitals, highways, and public transportation, as well as provides an amenity-rich campus for its staff,” said Yacobian. “In addition, it places the company squarely at the junction of Interstates 95 and 93, which is home to a wealth of health care–related practices, including physicians, dentists, physical therapists, and surgeons.”
“We are excited about moving into West Cummings Park in Woburn. We believe that the location will be more suitable for our employees, and it is convenient to the airport and downtown Boston,” said Tim O’Malley, president of EarlySense. “Also, the area is rich with businesses that we will surely use in our everyday business operations.”
Cummings Properties’ portfolio of 11 million square feet of prime space accommodates offices, healthcare facilities, labs, restaurants, retail storefronts, warehouses, executive suites, and more. With a portfolio of this size and variety, the firm can meet almost any commercial real estate need from 150 square feet to 300,000 square feet. Its in-house experts in design, construction, and property management offer “one-stop shopping” for the business community.