JP software company moves

January 31, 2014
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Infrared5, a Jamaica Plain company that creates video games and other software, mostly for smartphones and the web, has moved its office to 500 Amory St.

“The layout is better for us for what we do,” said Infrared5 owner Rebecca Allen, pointing out that the new office has a closed conference room and other amenities.

Allen, who is also the founder of the business association Locally Owned, teased that Infrared5 will have some “very exciting” news soon, but told the Gazette to check back in March for more information.

Infrared5 was previously housed at 2 Harris Ave. NorthStar Asset Management now occupies that space, moving from another location in Jamaica Plain. NorthStar is a socially conscious investment firm founded by JP resident Julie Goodridge, one of the lead plaintiffs in the landmark lawsuit that led to legalized same-sex marriage in Massachusetts.

The company’s website is infrared5.com.

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