Framingham-based TJX Inc. has purchased its longtime headquarters for $116.6 million, based on records at the Registry of Deeds.
The company purchased two different properties at 770 Cochituate.
One parcel was purchased at $107.6 million from the Campanelli Framingham Trust and the other for $9 million from Generazio Realty Trust. The sale was finalized today.
TJX, the parent company of off-price retailers TJ Maxx, Marshalls and Home Goods, agreed to purchase the long-leased property as part of a 20-year tax increment financing agreement with the Town of Framingham worth $6.5 million. The company also agreed to add 225 jobs.
TJX also received $3 million in state tax credits for those plans and others that involve expanding into the former Fidelity Investments campus in Marlborough. Those credits came in addition to the 20-year, $11-million TIF agreement awarded to the company by the City of Marlborough.