STAMFORD, CT - Campus Televideo (CTV), the nation’s leading provider of satellite-delivered cable television and other telecommunication services to colleges and universities, has relocated its headquarters to First Stamford Place in Stamford, CT, reports Jeffrey H. Newman, executive vice president of Malkin Properties, the marketing and management agent for the three-building office complex, located one block from the Stamford Transportation Center.
The tenant, currently based in Greenwich, CT, will take occupancy of a 2,511-square-foot third floor space at 100 First Stamford Place through 2020. While Malkin Construction builds out its new space, CTV will occupy temporary space at 200 First Stamford Place.
“As a quickly rising high-tech hotspot, Stamford was an obvious geographical choice to relocate our media technology business,” said Brian Benz, CEO of CTV. “First Stamford Place proved to be ideal, offering a quality business environment in addition to proximity to both rail and highway transportation, and a full array of on-site amenities.”
Founded in 1984, CTV provides clients with state-of-the-art design and engineering, installation services, television programming, and SCTE-certified maintenance services that allow customers the flexibility and control to customize a private integrated video and data network.
“First Stamford Place provides convenience and an amenity-rich campus environment that make it ideal for virtually any business enterprise,” says Mr. Newman. “CTV is a welcome addition to our strong, diverse tenant roster, and we are pleased that we were able to accommodate its time constraint by providing space within the complex on an interim basis, pending completion of retrofit work to its long-term space. Catering to our new and existing tenants’ needs and schedules is always our top priority.”
Mr. Newman represented the landlord in this transaction, along with senior leasing associate Kim Zaccagnino and leasing associate Tara Long. The tenant was represented by Mike Nelson of CBRE.