Douglas Elliman has moved its flagship Connecticut office to a new location, but will remain in Greenwich.
The new office will be in the historical landmark John Lockhart House at 75 Arch St.
Upgrading from its office at 88 Field Point Road to accommodate its growing footprint and 70 agents, Elliman will now have the entire four-story, 6,000-square foot house.
“While we have enjoyed our time at 88 Field Point Road in Greenwich, it is time we trade up to a larger space for the betterment of our successful agents and their clients,” said Scott Durkin, president and chief operating officer at Douglas Elliman. “We are incredibly proud to call the John Lockhart House home and look forward to conducting best-in-class real estate service from our new stomping ground.”
The John Lockhart House was built in 1867 and added to the Greenwich Landmarks Registry in 2013. It has been restored and renovated, and is about a block away from Railroad Avenue and the Greenwich Metro-North station.
“The John Lockhart House and now Elliman office is in the heart of Greenwich,” said Michael Fitzgibbon, executive manager of sales for Connecticut and Westchester at Douglas Elliman. “This notable space will allow our agents to thrive in a comfortable environment and be active, engaged members of the surrounding community.”
The Connecticut office is one of roughly 100 nationwide for Douglas Elliman. The company reported that its Greenwich team closed $281,958,000 in real estate sales in 2020, up 34% from 2019.