SALES

 

Indust. Condos Sold

NORTH HAVEN — Ron and Renee Randall have paid $214,000 for two industrial condominiums at 222 Elm Street totaling 2,900 square feet. Albert Scafati of Press/Cuozzo Commercial Services represented the buyers and the seller, the Three Z Realty Trust I.

 

LEASES

 

Movers Move to Branford

BRANFORD –– The New Haven Moving Equipment Inc. has leased 6,000 square feet at 14 Beaver Road. Kristin Geenty of the Geenty Group, Realtors, represented the landlord, the Joan G. Adams Appointment Trust.  The same firm’s Kevin Geenty represented the tenant.

 New Metro PCS Store

EAST HAVEN ––Zone Wireless Corp. d/b/a Metro PCS, has leased 1,660 square feet at 272 Main Street, the former Pocket Wireless location. David Fleischman of the Geenty Group represented the landlord, SKF Main, LLC. John Faris of CB Richard Ellis-Grossman Retail Advisors of Boston represented Metro PCS.

Bouncing Babies in Guilford

GUILFORD –– Nutmeg Twisters Gymnastics, LLC has leased 10,000 square feet of office/industrial space at 301 Soundview Road. Joel Galvin of H. Pearce Commercial represented the landlord, DAD Brecciaroli LTD Partnership. Kevin Geenty of the Geenty Group, Realtors represented the tenant.

Dixwell Dialysis Center

HAMDEN –– DaVita Inc. has signed a 15-year lease for 9,000 square feet at 3000 Dixwell Avenue for a dialysis center. Cushman & Wakefield senior associate Evan O'Brien represented the tenant and the landlord, Centerplan 3000 Dixwell Ave. LLC.

Centerplan recently purchased the 13,000 square foot building from DECA Properties for $1,625,000, and O'Brien represented both parties in that transaction. Quest Diagnostics occupies some 2,400 square feet in the same building.

 Milford Plaza Inks Tenant

MILFORD –– Nonna’s Pizza has signed a ten-year, $700,000 lease for 3,000 square feet at Milford Plaza, 155 Cherry Street. The deal includes a five-year renewal option valued at $430,000, according to Jonathan Gould, chief executive officer of Stonemar Properties, which owns and manages the plaza.

Saugatuck Commercial Realty and Stonemar Realty Management represented the landlord and First Service Williams of Connecticut represented the tenant.

Nonna’s is making minor modifications the space, previously occupied by Vazzy’s Restaurant, to accommodate its takeout business.

With the new lease, the plaza, anchored by ShopRite Supermarket, Bob’s Department Store and Dollar Tree, is now 94-percent occupied. 

 More Gems for Chapel St.

NEW HAVEN — Arpaia Lang Jewelers has signed a three-year lease for 1,700 square feet, the entire retail space, at 804 Chapel Street, plus around 400 square feet of basement storage. John Wareck of Wareck Real Estate represented the tenant and the landlord, 804 Chapel Street New Haven, LLC. 

 

PEOPLE

 

Several area brokers are recipients of 2010 CoStar Power Broker awards.

Jon Angel, president of Angel Commercial, LLC, earned a 2010 CoStar Power Broker Award for Top Industrial Leasing. This is the sixth consecutive year CoStar Group has selected the company as a top producing brokerage in Westchester County and southern Connecticut.

Albert Scafati and Joel Nesson, senior commercial advisors at Press/Cuozzo Commercial Services, are among the 2010 CoStar Power Broker award winners for Top Leasing Brokers in the Westchester/southern Connecticut region.