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C&W: Company reps Fairfield County Antique and Design Center for new lease in Norwalk

By Cushman & Wakefield

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STAMFORD, CT - Cushman & Wakefield on Thursday announced that Fairfield County Antique and Design Center has completed a 20,000-square-foot lease at 19 Willard Road in Norwalk to house the area’s newest multi-dealer antique and design center. Scheduled to open in December, the new center will feature more than 100 dealers offering a wide array of antique and vintage furniture, accessories, art, jewelry, and collectibles.

Ideally located in the affluent, high-traffic area off the Post Road on the Norwalk/Westport line, the Fairfield County Antique and Design Center will also showcase multi-family estate sales offered by local estate sale managers and dealers in its new large open space. 19 Willard Road, owned by SIR Development of Westport, Conn., is easily accessible from both I-95 and the Merritt Parkway and is a central point within Fairfield County.

Cushman & Wakefield’s Adam Klimek, director, represented Fairfield County Antique and Design Center in its year-long search for the new venue. Commenting on the transaction, Mr. Klimek said, “We scoured multiple markets to find the best location and building to house this unique retail outlet. The building is ideally suited for this type of use and offers excellent retail exposure. I have every confidence that Fairfield County Antique and Design Center will achieve success in very short order.”

Geoff Walsky, principal of Fairfield County Antique and Design Center, said “I couldn’t be happier with our great new space. We’re creating a resource for designers and antique dealers to come together to meet clients with like-minded style. We will be offering an incredible eclectic mix of distinctive and high-end furniture, accessories, art, jewelry, and collectibles that are in demand from the region’s knowledgeable consumers. We’re also very appreciative of the time and effort that Cushman & Wakefield put into finding the perfect spot for us.”

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