The Geenty Group, Realtors completed the $485,000 sale of 30 Main St., in Centerbrook, a 6,000 SF Tudor mansion. This property was previously used as a multi-tenanted office building. Kevin Geenty, SIOR represented the seller, ECC Realty, LLC and Kristin Geenty, SIOR represented the buyer, Michael Hannifan, of Essex. After extensive renovations, he plans to lease the building to his son, Colt Taylor, a chef in Manhattan relocating to Connecticut.

O,R&L Commercial, LLC participated in the $4,350,000 sale of a 22,600 SF retail strip center located at 201 Salem Tpke., in Norwich. The property was built in 2008 and anchored by Goodwill. Tim McMahon of O,R,&L Commercial represented the seller, Sincerest, LLC and also procured the buyer, Easter Seals Goodwill Industries.

Stephen Press, SIOR and principal of Press/Cuozzo Commercial Services and Ted Schaffer, senior advisor completed the off-market sale of 2321 Whitney Ave, the Hamden Center II complex consisting of an 80,000 SF Class A office building and 20,000 SF of retail space. Hamden Reality Associates, LP, seller, owned the property for 20 years and has a completed list of some of the area’s most distinguished business names. The buyer, HC2, LLC over four generations in the Schaffer family has developed, owned and operated real estate all over New Haven County. Schaffer represented the buyer and Press represented the seller in this transaction.  

Angel Commercial, LLC participated in the $840,000 sale of 105 Boston Post Rd., Milford, a 5,094 SF retail property. Angel stated the property was previously used by Westshore Motors and “an automobile use will continue going forward.” John Angel, president of Angel Commercial, LLC represented the seller and Jeanette Politano of Coldwell Commercial represented the buyer in this transaction. 

O,R&L Commercial, LLC participated in the $1,375,000 of a 40,896 SF industrial building located at 118 Sanrico Dr., Manchester. Jay Morris and Robert Gaucher, CCIM, SIOR of O,R&L Commercial represented the seller, Armais Assoc., LLC and CBRE-N.E. Partners, LP represented the buyer, Sanrico RP Reality, LLP. Sanrico RP Reality owns multiple local sites and around the country as an investor/developer. They plan to renovate the entire building and lease it to ABC Supply, a wholesale distributor of roofing, siding, windows, gutters and more since 1982. 

O,R&L Commercial, LLC participated in the $500,000 sale of 1551 King St., Enfield, a 19,665 SF former NAMCO retail building. Jay Morris and Robert Gaucher, CCIM, SIOR were the sole brokers in the transaction. Aramis Assoc., LLC was the seller and Secure Energy Realty was the buyer. They plan to completely refurbish the building and convert it to Class A office. They will use the property as a company headquarters. Their locations reside in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Jersey specializing in developing and implementing procurement strategies for electricity, natural gas, distributed generation, solar energy as well as other evolving market solutions.


Franco Fellah, executive vice president at HK Group represented The Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center in the negotiated lease of a 2,900 SF medical space at 1800 Post Rd., East Westport. The space was previously occupied by People’s United Bank and the anchor tenant of the center is a Super Stop & Shop. Founded in 1994, The Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center has established locations in Trumbull, Shelton, Stratford and Fairfield. The Westport space is under construction and should be ready to open for business in early 2017.

Frank Greco, commercial associate in Pearce Real Estate’s Milford Commercial Office negotiated a lease at 33 Sylvan Ave., New Haven. Greco represented the landlord, Trinity Management Company and the tenant, New England Orthotic & Prosthetic Systems, LLC. They are a leading provider of state-of-the-art orthotic and prosthetic care products and services for patients in the eastern United States. This will mark the company’s 13th location in Connecticut, 30 facilities total in New England and New York.

Joel Galvin, GRI, CCS and senior commercial associate in Pearce Real Estate’s North Haven office negotiated a three-year lease located at 2346 Boston Post Rd., Guilford, a 2,080 SF professional office space. Galvin represented both the landlord, TPM Reality, LLC and the tenant, Medpricer.Com, LLC. This location will be a new headquarters for Medpricer.Com, LLC, a business enabling health care professionals to save on both purchased services and e-sourcing for hospital services.

O,R&L Commercial, LLC negotiated a lease of a 1,825 SF retail store at 1206 Silas Deane Hwy., Wethersfield., to Miracle Ear. They have over 1,200 retail locations nationwide—13 of them in Connecticut. They have provided complete customer care packages to millions for over 65 years. Jay Morris and Robert Gaucher, CCIM and SIOR of O,R&L Commercial represented the landlord, Phoenix Reality Management and Andrew Armata of Sullivan Hayes Companies Northeast represented the tenant, Northeast Hearing LLC


Avison Young’s Fairfield/Westchester office was named exclusive leading agent for the Class A office building which is located at 1000 Lafayette Blvd., Bridgeport. Over 70,000 SF of available space at the 11-story will by marketed by Sean Cahill, managing director and Lori Baker, vice president— 215,000 SF in Class A office building in Bridgeport’s central business district. There will be two full floors of 23,000 SF each available at this space as well as partial floors anywhere between 4,000 to 8,300 SF.

President of Southport-based Angel Commercial, LLC Jon Angel announced Levy, Diamond, Bello & Associates, LLC will be relocating to Quarry Road Business Park in Milford. They have leased an office space of 2,816 SF. Levy, Diamond, Bello & Associates, LLC is a firm specializing in debt collection since founded in 1982. They provide accounts receivable products and services to credit as well as collection professionals located in the U.S. and abroad. Their clientele expands in areas including transportation, manufacturing, publishing, construction, medical supplies and sporting goods sectors. 

Kubtec, an innovation leader in digital imaging, will relocate its corporate headquarters from Milford to a larger location at 111 Research Dr., Stratford. The new location will double the company’s manufacturing capacity as well as providing a central location for all departments at Kubtec including manufacturing, research and development, customer service and support and commercial operations. The move was completed
on Dec. 6.