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Hubbard Day School signs lease at BLT’s Harbor Point

The lease term runs 72 months.

Norwalk’s Glover Avenue holds the key to a future district

The apartments in 300 Glover are already at 30% capacity.

Norwalk’s Grist Mill Village site at the center of a lawsuit

Neither party in the case commented on the litigation.

Three new financial services tenants at Harbor Point

Building and Land Technology (BLT) has announced the arrival of three new businesses that will be setting up their respective headquarters at the Harbor Point complex in Stamford.

Financing secured for acquisition of Stamford’s BLT Financial Center

The property last changed hands as a $30.25 transaction in 2011.

BLT setting the pace in Stamford real estate development – and...

“Very few of those who moved here from New York City have moved back at the end of their lease terms, and most have chosen to stay,” boasted BLT Co-president Michael Handler.

BLT, NYC investment firm create real estate joint venture

The new fund is the ninth in a series invested and managed by BLT and will have an anchor investment of $102.5 million.

Stamford’s Harbor Landing apartment complex sells for $73 million

Rents at the complex, which will be managed by Lincoln Property Co., range from $1,800 to $2,000 a month.

Stamford Health, BLT partner with city to open second vaccination ‘super...

The city of Stamford, Stamford Health and Building and Land Technology have agreed to open a second Covid-19 vaccination super site at 1 Elmcroft...

Harbor Point Organics opening today in Stamford

It's the fifth new retailer to open in Harbor Point since January 2020.

Newest addition to Stamford’s Harbor Point offers ‘Escape’ from New York

Over the summer, BLT saw more than twice its historical leasing volume at Harbor Point, with approximately 1 in 3 new residents emanating from New York City,

Longtime Harbor Point nemesis Save Our Boatyard renews fight over Peninsula...

“I don’t know of any private shipyard that can get the kind of help that (Harbor Point developer Building and Land Technology) does,” says the group's co-founder Maureen Boylan. BLT Co-president Ted Ferrarone maintains that everything is being done properly.

Marketing efforts begin for ‘final’ Harbor Point development in Stamford

The Peninsula at Harbor Point site is available immediately for the development of up to 1 million square feet.

Audit finds no wrongdoing by Michael Handler in move from Stamford...

Handler ran an unsuccessful campaign to become the Republican nominee for governor in the last election.

Stamford Mayor Martin orders review of all work former CFO conducted...

"I am disappointed Mike (Handler) did not share with me his intention to leave Stamford to join BLT, despite the obvious concerns it would raise with me and Stamford’s community," Mayor David Martin says.