Global commercial real estate advisory firm Newmark is pleased to announce it has completed four leases at 115 East Putnam Avenue and 600 Summer Street in Greenwich and Stamford, respectively. Newmark’s Managing Director Christian Bangert, Director Sam Chambers and Executive Managing Director Cory Gubner represented the landlords for both properties, covering 136,320 square feet of space across the two buildings.
The Newmark team represented local landlord, Putnam Properties in the leasing of its 35,000 square-foot building at 115 East Putnam Avenue in Greenwich, CT to new tenants SunEnergy1 and CSP Partners. The boutique brick building is located just three blocks east of the top of Greenwich Avenue and offers professional offices as well as ground floor retail space.
- SunEnergy1, based in Mooresville, NC and known for creating affordable, low-risk solar power, will be opening a 5,120 square-foot new office at 115 East Putnam Avenue.
- CSP Partners, together with three associates, leased a total of 5,000 square feet of office space. With these new leases, the building is now fully occupied.
Newmark also represented owner New England Investment Partners as the exclusive leasing agent for 600 Summer Street in Stamford, CT a 101,320 square-foot office building, securing transactions with tenants ASL Capital Market and Job Target, LLC. The office building recently underwent a multi-million-dollar renovation including new windows, a new HVAC and building management system and upgrades to elevator lobbies and bathrooms.
- Financial services firm ASL Capital Market expanded and extended its lease at 600 Summer Street, from their existing 3,000 square-foot space into a larger space totaling 5,104 square feet.
- National job recruitment company JobTarget, LLC also grew its operations and expanded its office space within 600 Summer Street by an additional 3,350 square feet to occupy a total of 9,818 square feet.
“We are pleased to have supported our clients in Stamford and Greenwich in securing leases for their office space with strong tenants whose businesses continue to grow and expand,” said Bangert. “Both buildings provide quality, professional office space with top notch ownership. The locations offer the convenience of downtown amenities as well as easy transportation access.”
In December 2018, the team including Gubner, Bangert and Chambers transitioned from boutique real estate firm RHYS Commercial, which Gubner had founded, to join Newmark. The team recently brokered the sale of 600 Summer Street to New England Investment Partners for $18.25 million and was retained as the exclusive leasing agents for the property. With the completion of the two new leases, the property’s vacancy rate is now at five percent, with only two spaces totaling 5,177 square feet remaining available for lease.
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