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First lease signed at Two Harbor Point Square

By Building and Land Technology

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Building and Land Technology, the developer of the 80-acre mixed-use project on the west branch of Stamford Harbor announced recently that it has just inked a ten-year lease for the entire fourth floor of Two Harbor Point Square. The new tenant will take occupancy of the 23,919 sq. ft. space by the end of this year.

Carl R. Kuehner, III, President and CEO of Building and Land Technology said he was pleased with all the interest Harbor Point Square has received and delighted to have a tenant now on board. According to Kuehner, “the Square is appealing to many companies with its easy train access, exciting amenity package, new infrastructure, and neighbors like UBS and RBS.”

Stamford Mayor Michael Pavia welcomed the news and said that this new lease, coupled with the Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide lease, makes it clear that Harbor Point has firmly established itself as a strong business address in the region.

About Harbor Point:
Recognizing an opportunity that stood silent for decades, Harbor Point is an unprecedented vision of the Stamford waterfront. The project includes 6 million square feet of mixed-use development: 85 percent residential (4,000 residential units, 10 percent of which is affordable housing); 15 percent commercial, including office buildings, a grocery store, a waterfront hotel, restaurants and a full-service marina; more than 11 acres of parks and public space; a community school; and publicly accessible waterfront access. Harbor Point is a transitoriented development (TOD), situated only a ten-minute walk from the Stamford Transportation Center, and includes improved street and pedestrian areas. As a Gold Certified LEED-ND development, Harbor Point also leads the way in environmental design and construction. Two Harbor Point Square is a six-story building with a glass curtain wall that will allow panoramic views of the waterfront and promenade.

About BLT:
A second-generation real estate development company, Connecticut-based Building and Land Technology has completed ventures worth more than $3 billion including over 4 million square feet of commercial development and 4,500+ residential units. BLT trophy properties host the headquarters for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Gen Re, GE Commercial Finance, Diageo, GE Real Estate, Xerox, GE Energy Financial Services, IMS Health, Hewitt and Cornell University Veterinary Specialists. Their numerous office parks, apartment complexes, single family subdivisions, common interest communities and adaptive reuse projects total in excess of 8,000,000 square feet of development throughout Fairfield County.

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