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Cushman & Wakefield to rep Norwalk and Wilton office complexes

Properties total 263,500 square feet and are owned by Davis Marcus Partners.

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200 Connecticut Ave.
200 Connecticut Ave. in Norwalk.

Cushman & Wakefield has been appointed as the exclusive leasing agent for two Class A Fairfield County office properties totaling 263,500 square feet in Wilton and Norwalk.

The company is representing 187 Danbury Road in Wilton, a 137,000-square-foot property offering 30,000 square feet of available space, and 200 Connecticut Ave. in Norwalk, which covers 126,500 square feet and has 45,000 square feet of available space. A Cushman & Wakefield brokerage team led by Executive Managing Director Stephen Baker and Senior Director Adam Klimek will represent Davis Marcus Partners, the landlord for the properties.

“Davis Marcus Partners is revitalizing the buildings’ lobbies and cafes and working on multiple building upgrades to their properties to better supports tenants’ business goals and to provide them with a more invigorating daily experience,” Baker said. “Companies who move to either location will be able to attract and retain talent through the excellent services, amenities, and upgraded spaces that each property will have to offer.”

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