Hamden Building Sold
HAMDEN –– Two Broadway Hamden, LLC has purchased 2 Broadway from Edward Hirsch Jr. buy ambien online. visit us. Rich DePodesta of DePodesta Real Estate represented the buyer and seller of the 14,600 square-foot building, buy valium online no prescription includes an architectural office and metal extrusion manufacturer.
Yale Still Buying
NEW HAVEN –– Yale University has purchased a 21-unit apartment building with street-level retail at 9 Dixwell Avenue (pictured) for $1.9 million. Steve Inglese of the New Haven Group represented the seller, Carlota Williams, and procured the buyer.
UI Buys in No. Haven
NORTH HAVEN –– The United Illuminating Co. has acquired a 1.2-acre site at 491 Washington Avenue for $493,000. Albert Scafati of Press/Cuozzo Commercial Services was sole broker in the transaction. He had been marketing the property for the seller, 491 Washington Avenue, LLC.
Church Buys in Woodbridge
WOODBRIDGE –– The Church in New Haven has purchased 918 Greenway Road for $470,000. Stephen Press of Press/Cuozzo Commercial Services represented the church, and was sole broker in the transaction for the five-acre parcel that houses a two-story, 3,072-square-foot residence, a 2,690-square-foot barn/garage building and a series of outbuildings. The Ingraham family was the seller.
Former Stop & Shop Leased
NORTH HAVEN –– Ulbrich Stainless Steels and Special Metals Inc., has signed a long-term lease for the former Stop & Shop headquarters at 153 Washington Ave. The Proto Group represented the landlord, the Stop & Shop Supermarket Co. Chris McLaughlin of McLaughlin Real Estate represented the tenant.
The 19,985 square foot Class A building had been vacant for more than two years, according to the Proto Group’s Lou Proto. A school had been interested in the space but “wasn’t acceptable” to Stop & Shop, Proto said. “Chris showed Ulbrich the property for the first time six to seven months ago, and they finally came to terms on a business deal.”
Ulbrich signed a five-year lease with options to renew. Added Proto, “I think they’re going to be a good long-term tenant.”
Med-Device Maker to Branford
BRANFORD –– Dan Luttrell has leased 800 square feet at 181 Research Drive for small medical-equipment design and assembly. Bill Clark of the Geenty Group, Realtors was the sole agent, representing Luttrell and landlord D’Amato Investments, LLC.
Office Condo Leased
BRANFORD –– YantraNet Inc. has leased a 920 square-foot unit at 11 Sycamore Way. Barry Stratton of the Geenty Group, Realtors represented the tenant. Bill Clark of the Geenty Group represented the landlord, Gray Eagle Co.
BRANFORD –– Win Wholesale Property, LLC has leased 2,000 square feet at 21 Business Park Drive. Kristin Geenty of the Geenty Group, Realtors, represented the tenant, a division of the Winnelson Co. and supplier of plumbing fixtures. Kristin and Kevin Geenty represented the landlord, Parish Farms, LLC.
Printer Leases Condo
BRANFORD –– Pro Forma Wallprint Inc. has leased a 768 square-foot unit at 11 Sycamore Way for office business printing and promotional products. Barry Stratton of The Geenty Group, Realtors, represented the tenant. Bill Clark, of The Geenty Group, represented the landlord, Gray Eagle Corp.
Clinton Warehouse Lease
CLINTON ––National Sintered Alloys Inc. has leased 6,250 square feet of industrial/warehouse space at 11 Heritage Park Road. Joel Galvin of Pearce Commercial Real Estate represented both the tenant and the landlord, Clark Development Corp.
Skating into Hamden
HAMDEN –– Skater's Landing, LLC has signed a three-year lease with multiple options for a new headquarters at 2558 Whitney Avenue. Marty Ruff of Levey Miller Maretz represented the tenant and the landlord, 2558 Whitney, LLC.
Chiropractor Opens Office
HAMDEN –– Chiropractor Eric Meyer has leased approximately 1,900 square feet at 2440 Whitney Avenue. David Lemel of Coldwell Banker Residential represented the chiropractic physician. Joel Nesson of Press/Cuozzo Commercial Services represented the landlord, WE 2428 Whitney LLC.
New Broom Sweeps Clean
NEW HAVEN –– Breathing Room yoga studio has leased 1,500 square feet on the second floor of 817 Chapel Street. Bill Ludwig of Wareck Real Estate represented the tenant, yoga studio owner Margo Broom. Wareck colleague Frank D'Ostilio represented the landlord, Pike International. Broom recently was featured in a Wall Street Journal article for using an online “crowdfunding” service to raise funds to renovate her new space.
Orange St. Gets Bar (Group)
NEW HAVEN –– The New Haven County Bar Association (NHCBA) is relocating to the Loomis & Nettleton Building at 171 Orange Street. The organization has signed a long-term lease for 2,000 square feet on the second floor. Stephen Press of Press/Cuozzo Commercial Services was the sole broker, representing NHCBA and the landlord, Olympia Properties.
Universal Drive Lease
NORTH HAVEN –– UZID, LLC has leased 6,321 square feet at 222 Universal Drive. Barry Stratton, Kevin Geenty and David Fleischman of the Geenty Group, Realtors, represented the landlord, Branco Inc. John Armellino of Weichert Realtors represented the tenant.
WALLINGFORD – Kamco Supply Corp. of New England is relocating its headquarters to a 9,279 square foot building at 2 Barnes Industrial Park Road South. Mark Duclos and Larry Levere of Sentry Commercial represented the tenant. David Barnes of CB Richard Ellis represented the landlord, WE 2 Barnes LLC.
...And Its Bldg. Is LeasedWALLINGFORD –– Allied Business Products has signed a long-term lease for 86,036 square feet of warehouse and distribution space at the former Kamco Supply Corp. of New England facility at 780 North Colony Road. Mark Duclos of Sentry Commercial represented the landlord, Slomkowski Realty Family, LLC. Bob Daglio of CB Richard Ellis represented the tenant.
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