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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.
Norwalk Grassroots Tennis & Education will host the 11th annual Autumn Classic Tennis Tournament for high school age doubles teams Sept. 30
Buyer Hanover Norwalk Investors is an affiliate of Hanover Real Estate Partners, based in Greenwich.
“There are really only a couple of Class A buildings in downtown Bridgeport," said Avison Young's Christopher Grundy. "But there’s a growing number of great features and activities in the area that make it very attractive.”
The building, called "The Metro," is one of three high-rise buildings on a block in White Plains that developer Martin Ginsburg will reimagine as "City Square."
Northeast Medical Group, Yale New Haven Health’s not-for-profit multispecialty medical foundation, has signed a lease to occupy 6,300 square feet at the Westport Center for Health.
Dozens of successful medical office conversions have taken place in the region over the past couple of years and seem likely to continue for at least the foreseeable future, according to Sean McDonnell, principal at Avison Young's Fairfield/Westchester office.
"Corporations want to be near transportation, which contributes to demand for apartment housing that their workforce wants to be in," said Building and Land Technology COO Ted Ferrarone.
Avison Young’s New York Capital Markets group announced it has arranged a $120.3 million loan for the acquisition and redevelopment of the Westchester Financial Center near the White Plains train station.
The companies are now located near such facilities as Greenwich Hospital, West Med, Stamford Hospital and Greenwich Surgery Center.
The new location will be the nonprofit's fourth in Connecticut and third in Fairfield County.
"The office market is better positioned than it has been for a long time,” says Kevin Welsh at Newmark Knight Frank.
The 65-and-older population has been estimated by Connecticut’s Legislative Commission on Aging report to grow by 57 percent between 2010 and 2040.