Newmark Grubb Knight Frank appointed by Building & Land Technology as exclusive leasing agent for 30,116 s/f

June 23, 2017 - Retail

Stamford, CT Newmark Grubb Knight Frank (NGKF) has been appointed by Building & Land Technology (BLT) as the exclusive leasing agent for the Harbor Point retail portfolio totaling 30,116 s/f. NGKF retail senior managing directors Peter Fine and Jessica Curtis, director Nick Marona and associate Robert Marona will manage the leasing for the Harbor Point retail properties and pad sites. 

BLT’s properties at Harbor Point Road boast fully built-out, free-standing restaurant and retail space with waterfront views in Fairfield County’s fastest growing mixed-use community. Available retail spaces range from 1,660 s/f to 6,949 s/f including an expansive outdoor waterfront dining opportunity. With increasingly strong demographics, the convenient location and live-work-play environment created at Harbor Point presents a premium opportunity for restaurateurs and retailers alike. Nearby retail tenants include Fortina, Fairway Market, CVS, Design Within Reach, Dinosaur BBQ, Harlan Social, Le Pain Quotidian, Bareburger, Pinot’s Palette, Sign of the Whale, Booth Bay Lobster Company and many others.

“Seasoned in the food, beverage and entertainment retail real estate industry on a national level, our team is excited by the opportunities BLT is making available along the boardwalk,” said Fine. “We see a tremendous opportunity to expand on the vibrant food and beverage scene at Harbor Point and have had an outpouring of best-in-class emerging operators show keen interest.”


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