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C&W of Connecticut announces leases.

C&W of Connecticut announces leases

Three firms recently signed leases, totaling a combined 22,000 square feet, in Norwalk.

Information Center Services, a computer/management consulting firm, has signed a five-year lease for 3,506 square feet at One Norwalk West. The firm will use the space for its corporate headquarters, at an aggregate rent of $316,000. Information Center Services is moving from 1111 East Putnam Avenue in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Robert Gold of Cushman & Wakefield represented Information Center Services in negotiations.

Wang Laboratories, Inc., an electronics and computer firm, has signed a five-year lease for 9,125 square feet at 383 Main Avenue. The firm was previously located in Stamford, Connecticut.

Gerard Lees, Paul Kauffman and Steve Baker of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord as leasing agent, and Coldwell Banker represented the tenant.

Skandia America Reinsurance Company has signed a 10-year lease for 9,363 square feet at One Selleck Street. The firm was previously located at another location in Norwalk.

Skandia will use the location for its executive, administrative, sales and training facilities. The firm cited the building's proximity to Interstate 95 (New England Thruway) as the reason for the move.

Jay Hurska of Cushman & Wakefield's Stamford office and John Cefaly, Kenneth Dean and David Tewksbury of Cushman & Wakefield's New York office represented Skandia in negotiations.

In Stamford, Cushman & Wakefield announced the recent completion of four transactions.

Elizabeth Arden Company, a leading cosmetic and personnel health company, has relocated their corporate office from New York City to 200 First Stamford Place, Stamford, Connecticut. The firm signed a lease for 52,162 square feet. Arden will be using this office to perform purchasing, marketing and administrative functions. The company left New York City to consolidate offices from several locations.

Jay Hruska of Cushman & Wakefield represented Elizabeth Arden in negotiations.

S/Cubed, a computer software firm, has relocated its corporate headquarters to 1010 Washington Boulevard. The firm has signed a five-year lease for 4,045 square feet.

Robert Gold of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord and Bruce Sheldon of Pierson & Smith represented the tenant.

Perey Manufacturing, makers of turnstiles, has signed for 2,875 square feet at Station Plaza (655 Washington Boulevard). Previously located in New York City, Perey Manufacturing chose Station Plaza because of its "professional and corporate image, and its amenities, as well as its proximity to the train station," according to Martin Haywood, vice president of Perey Manufacturing.

Gerard Lees, Paul Kauffman and Steve Baker of Cushman & Wakefield negotiated both sides of the transaction.

Accent Print, a printing, copying and fax service, has signed a five-year renewal at Station Plaza for 1,832 square feet.

Gerard Lees, Paul Kauffman and Steve Baker of Cushman & Wakefield represented both Accent Print and the landlord, Station Plaza Associated L.P.
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Title Annotation:Renovation & Rehabilitation Supplement; Cushman & Wakefield
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jul 24, 1991
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