Building and Land Technology introduces Harbor Landing

February 16, 2018 - Connecticut

Stamford, CT Building and Land Technology (BLT) introduces Harbor Landing, a mixed-use waterfront development that brings together the Stamford Landing office complex and the Davenport Landing boatyard and residential properties. This newly connected waterfront destination, located across from Harbor Point and overlooking Long Island Sound will offer 200,000 s/f of waterfront office space, 218 residential rental units, two restaurants, a full-service boatyard operated by The Hinckley Company, a boardwalk, and a marina with over 120 available slips.

BLT has appointed Stamford-based RHYS as its exclusive leasing agent for office leasing at Harbor Landing, led by Cory Gubner, president & CEO, and Christian Bangert, executive VP and partner. Harbor Landing is currently making improvements to the office space, formerly known as Stamford Landing, including a new entry to the property, upgrades to the lobby and common areas, new tenant amenities, improved landscaping and newly designed parking lot. 

“We are extremely excited to be working alongside BLT during this repositioning and are very optimistic that the capital improvements being made will bring tremendous interest from the office tenant market,” said Bangert. 

The Harbor Landing residential apartments and boatyard, formerly known as Davenport Landing, complete the transformation of this new live, work, play community. The Hinckley boatyard is open for business. The apartments are nearly completed, and are expected to begin leasing early this year.   

The office space features flexible layouts that can be tailored to a wide variety of tenants, large and small, with spaces ranging from small suites up to 35,000 s/f of contiguous space.  Existing amenities currently include onsite security, shuttle to the train, fitness center with yoga studio, marina slips, and two restaurants, Crab Shell and Prime, which are located within the office complex. 


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