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Travelers selects Impact Mgt.

The Traveler Insurance Company of Hartford has selected IMPACT Management Group, Inc. to provide full real estate management services for two Connecticut properties; Shelton Financial Center in Shelton and Pequot Plaza in Southport. The announcement was made by Craig A. Russey, IMPACT president.

Shelton Financial Center, 375 Bridgeport Avenue, Shelton, is a three-story, 45,000-square-foot office building. Tenants include Shelton Savings & Loan, Southern New England Telephone, Preferred Personnel, Maureen Sharnick, DDS., Professional Travel and Sequence Support Services. Rand Real Estate Services is the leasing agent for the building.

Pequot Plaza, 2960 Post Road, Southport, is a 300,000-square-foot midrise suburban office building. Tenants included Medical Marketing Group Great Western Mortgage, and Hunter Environmental Services, Inc. CB Commercial is the leasing agent for the property.
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Title Annotation:Building Management, Section I; Travelers Insurance, Impact Management, for real estate management services
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Mar 25, 1992
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