Danbury’s nearly full Lee Farm office space up for sale

By Kevin Zimmerman

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Danbury’s Lee Farm Corporate Park is now 95 percent leased, following the execution of a long-term lease for 71,872 square feet with Wells Fargo. And not only that, it’s on the market for sale by the partnership that bought it in April 2013.

The announcements were made by Jake Grossman, co-president of The Grossman Companies Inc. of Quincy, Mass., and Felix Charney, principal of Summit Development of Southport. The partnership bought the property three years ago when it was 65 percent leased.

Wells Fargo’s space includes offices vacated by GE Capital. Just 9,700 square feet remains available in the building.

The Class A, approximately 215,000-square-foot Lee Farm is a five-story office building at the intersection of Interstate 84 and U.S. Route 7, across from the Danbury Municipal Airport and the Danbury Fair Mall. Its other tenants include IMS Health, Navigator Management, Lenovo, Regus and Comcast.

 

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