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Renaissance Capital relocating HQ from Greenwich to Stamford

The firm provides pre-IPO institutional research and management of IPO-focused investment products.

A mixed-use ‘ecosystem’ takes shape on Norwalk’s Glover Avenue

“We’re looking to create a multiuse ecosystem that’s comparable to (Stamford’s) Harbor Point, a 24-hour live-work-play dynamic,” says Ted Ferrarone, chief operating officer at Building and Land Technology.

White Plains central business district drives return of large office leasing

The increase in major deals is part of what has researchers concluding Westchester's office market is trending in a positive direction.

Office tenants make more lease deals for less space in Westchester...

Deals for spaces under 5,000 square feet continued to dominate Westchester office leasing in the first quarter.

Bleachers relocates Stamford HQ to 2 River Bend Center

Live streaming company will take occupancy in the first quarter of 2017.

Fairfield office leasing declines sharply in third quarter

Fairfield County's office market experienced a desultory level of leasing activity in the third quarter.

New White Plains Plaza owners invest $30 million in upgrades, boost...

An owner's return to White Plains brings new look and leasing to downtown property.

Fairfield County office market remains stable through second quarter

The overall availability rate for the second quarter was equal to that of the first quarter, and an improvement over the same period last year.

Largest Greenwich office building sale in nearly a decade completed

Newmark Grubb Knight Frank has facilitated the largest sale of commercial official space in Greenwich since 2007 with the $51.5 million purchase of 411 West Putnam Ave., also known as Wexford Plaza.

Newmark Grubb Knight Frank awarded 2015 Lease of the Year

The Newmark Grubb Knight Frank real estate firm has been recognized for the second year in a row for facilitating the relocation of a headquarters for a large company.

Mixed picture seen for Fairfield County’s office market this year

Though GE's exit from Fairfield is expected to have adverse effects on the market, residual pent-up demand from 2015 should help raise leasing activity levels this year.

Greenwich industrial building being repurposed for offices

Renovations at 330 Railroad Avenue are expected to be completed by January 2017.

NGKF named leasing agent at Onyx Equities property

Onyx and its joint-venture partner have spent $5 million in renovations to their Class A office building complex at 1311 Mamaroneck Ave. in White Plains.

NGKF and the new quests for space

NGKF’s presence has expanded in the Connecticut area over the past several years with numerous deals in both retail and capital markets.

NGKF notches a pair of Greenwich deals

Saks stakes claim to a space for 20 years.