Cahill, Grundy & Baker of Avison Young handle 20,500 s/f in leases

October 18, 2019 - Connecticut
1000 Lafayette Boulevard - Bridgeport, CT

Bridgeport, CT According to Sean Cahill, principal and managing director of Avison Young’s Fairfield/Westchester office, the company represented Shelbourne Global, the owner of 1000 Lafayette Blvd., on two five-year lease extensions totaling 20,500 s/f. The Avison Young team of Cahill, Christopher Grundy and Lori Baker represented the landlord in a lease renewal for 14,500 s/f with the Southwestern Connecticut Agency on Aging, Inc. (SWCAA). Randy Vidal of Vidal/Wettenstein, LLC, represented the tenant.

Sean Cahill
Christopher Grundy
Lori Baker

The Avison Young team also negotiated a 6,000 s/f early lease extension with TD Bank for their lobby bank branch on the retail level of the building. 

1000 Lafayette Blvd. is a class A office building whos amenities include security 365 days a year, a complimentary fitness facility, locker rooms, conference facilities, covered parking, dry cleaning and a café. 

The centrally-located, 11-story building is convenient to I-95, Rte. 8, Rte. 25, Metro-North and the Merritt Parkway. The building is located in the heart of Bridgeport’s downtown district, which includes restaurants, entertainment and new residential buildings.

Shelbourne Global is a privately held company, headquartered in New York City, which invests and manages in over four million square feet of class “A” office & flex space.

“1000 Lafayette Boulevard is one of the premier office locations in the state of Connecticut,’’ Cahill said. “It offers many conveniences for Fairfield County businesses with outstanding amenities and is situated in an area with easy commuting to many towns in Fairfield County and New Haven County via rail or highway.”

Al Lawrence, portfolio manager for Shelbourne, said ”We take great pride in the fact that our tenants wish to remain with us year after year and we strive to keep innovating to meet their changing demands for space utilization, amenities and technology at our properties.”



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