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Software Professionals moves Stamford, CT, division office.

Software Professionals Corp, a computer programming company based in New Hampshire, is relocating its Stamford, Connecticut office from Canterbury Green to Washington Square, 1010 Washington Boulevard.

Michael Trolle and Michael Weissleder, first vice presidents at CB Commercial Real Estate Group, represented Washington Square in the negotiations for 3,500 square-feet on the seventh floor. Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant.

Software Professionals Corp. is a computer and management consultancy specializing in software development for mid-size computers, and management consulting in information technology productivity.

Washington Square is a 134,000 square-foot building with recently renovated interior public areas and newly landscaped grounds. CB Commercial is the exclusive leasing agent for the property.

In other lease activity, Trolle and Weissleder negotiated a lease renewal with an expansion of space for Wahlstrom & Co., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Foote, Cone & Belding, at 1290 Main Street in Stamford. Wahlstrom has signed a six-year lease for 22,000 square-feet comprising approximately 4,000 square-feet of added office space. Trolle and Weissleder represented Wahlstrom & Co. The building is owned by Stamford Landing Associates.

Also, Dean Witter Reynolds renewed and expanded its space at Pickwick Plaza in Greenwich. Trolle and Weissleder represented Dean Witter Reynolds in the negotiation for 10,000 square-feet of office space, an increase of 3,000 square-feet, for a term of 10-years. The building is owned by JMB Realty.
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Title Annotation:Stamford, Connecticut
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Sep 30, 1992
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