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C&W Reps Landlord of Lee Corp Park in Danbury

By Cushman & Wakefield

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STAMFORD, CT - Cushman & Wakefield recently announced that two new deals were signed at Lee Farm Corporate Park (83 Wooster Heights Road) in Danbury.

Regus, the world’s largest provider of flexible workspaces, with a network of 3,000 locations in 120 countries, leased 14,772 square feet; and The DiSalvo Engineering Group, a professional consulting engineering firm offering comprehensive structural engineering services throughout the United States, leased 4,314 square feet. Regus will open its new offices in the Fall 2015, while DiSalvo is relocating from 63 Copps Hill Road in Ridgefield, CT, in July 2015.

As the exclusive leasing agent, Cushman & Wakefield’s Meredith Siburn, director, represented the landlord, Lee Farm Partners, LLC, a joint-venture between Summit Development of Southport, Conn. and the Grossman Companies of Quincy, Mass. Regus Corporation was represented Colin Reilly and Mike Kay, both CBRE senior vice presidents; The DiSalvo Engineering Group represented itself in the transaction.

Since becoming Lee Farm’s exclusive leasing agent, Cushman & Wakefield has attracted several prominent new tenants that have yielded a 38 percent increase in its occupancy rate and more than 76,000 square feet of new leases.

“We are pleased to welcome Regus Corporation and The DiSalvo Engineering Group to Lee Farm,” Cushman & Wakefield’s Meredith Siburn said. “DiSalvo will be a great addition to our prestigious and well-rounded tenant roster that includes Navigators, Lenovo and IMS Health. Regus will provide an opportunity for tenants with small space requirements to get a foot in the door at Lee Farm and, hopefully, to grow with us.”
“The response to the newly-renovated and newly branded Lee Farm Corporate Park has been overwhelmingly positive,” Felix Charney, principal of Summit Development said. “We’re extremely pleased to have two such prominent tenants join Lee Farm’s roster. Lee Farm’s prime location, unparalleled views, high-end infrastructure and access to the Greater Danbury community’s highly-educated workforce, has made the property the premier business location in the area.”

“Connecticut continues to be a growth market for Regus in 2015,” said Michael Berretta, VP, Business Development, Regus. “Our new Danbury location is an excellent complement to our existing portfolio and will help meet the growing demand for flexible workspaces for businesses of all sizes in Western Connecticut.”

Lee Farm, a five-story, 215,649-square-foot office building located at 83 Wooster Heights Road, at the intersection of Interstate 84 and U.S. Route 7, is considered to be Danbury’s premier Class-A office environment. It is conveniently located across from the Danbury Municipal Airport and the Danbury Fair Mall and is situated on a beautiful hilltop, offering panoramic views of the countryside.

Lee Farm has a host of on-site amenities including a café, a fitness center and a conference center. The lobby and café have recently undergone significant renovations, enhancing the overall atmosphere of the building and allowing it to better serve its growing, dynamic and diverse business community. The property also features on-site property management, ample parking, and has earned an Energy Star rating of 90 out of a possible 100. For more information about Lee Farm Corporate Park, please visit

Additionally, Lee Farm Partners provides complimentary test fits for all prospective tenants, turn-key build outs and competitive rental rates.

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