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The 27,156-square-foot building will be used for storage and distribution.
The WorkPlace, which will relocate from 350 Fairfield Ave. in Bridgeport, was founded in 1983 and coordinates comprehensive workforce development policies and programs that prepare people for careers while strengthening the workforce for employers.
The site is the former home of Unimin Corp., which operates mining and mineral processing facilities across North America. The company put the building up for sale in 2016 as it merged with an Ohio-based company, Fairmount Santrol.
The deals are with TD Bank and the Southwestern Connecticut Agency on Aging.
The unnamed buyer bought the smaller 15,000-square-foot office tower for use as its new corporate headquarters.
CBP, part of national insurance and financial services firm Alera Group, provides customized employee benefit plans and HR technology solutions.
The practice had been seeking a more modern office and building to better serve patients, as well as save on operational costs by combining two offices.
Best Friends Pet Care Inc. has agreed to lease 2,368 square feet, while KenCast Inc. agreed to an extension of its lease at the building.
The nonprofit Jewish Family Service will be relocating from 733 Summer St. in Stamford, which will be demolished and rebuilt as residential apartments.
The anchor tenant at the Wellness Center is Western Connecticut Medical Group’s Wilton Primary & Specialty Care practice.
The building offers a full-floor availability of approximately 30,000 square feet, as well as built-to-suit and existing suites as small as 1,600 square feet.
“The job creation that is going on will directly affect occupancy rates in Fairfield County, particularly in the office space,” says Sean Cahill, principal and managing director of Avison Young’s Fairfield/Westchester office.
Graphic design company Newbury Rain is relocating from its space at 35 Nutmeg Drive in Trumbull, where it was also the first tenant.
Evergreen Ridge LLC presented plans to the Somers Town Board for what company principal Tim DiScipio described as a “world class” private high school.