Stamford, CT Colliers has secured a 7,345 s/f lease for investment advisory firm Albourne America. Colliers executive managing director Jeffrey Williams, director Hollis Pugh, senior vice president Kevin Colombo and senior associate Michaela Lalanne represented Albourne America in the deal. In-house brokers Leslie Whatley and Drew Steinberg represented the owner, Building and Land Technology.
The new location at Two Harbor Point (100 Washington Blvd.) is a class A office building in Harbor Point, a mixed-use waterfront development project. Offering a waterfront setting within walking distance to Commons Park and downtown, the new location provides Albourne America’s employees with everything the area has to offer including parks, walking trails, restaurants, shops, activities and entertainment options.
The six-story building’s amenities include a cafeteria with mobile ordering, fitness center and 24/7 security and is walking distance to mass-transit. The office building offers large floor plates, 10’ ceiling heights and water and city views.
Harbor Point is a transit-oriented mixed-use development located in the South End of the city which includes housing, office buildings, restaurants and parks.
The live-work-play community has seen multifamily development growth, including two office buildings at 100 Washington Blvd. and its sister building 2200 Atlantic St., 1 Harbor Point. The two buildings welcomed other new tenants including ITT, Altus Power, NewEdge Wealth, and Oak HC/FT.
“Stamford continues to be one of Connecticut’s most desirable locations for businesses and we are pleased that we were able to assist Albourne America in finding a location in close proximity to multiple means of transportation,” said Jeffrey Williams. “Harbor Point is a contemporary live-work-play neighborhood that is in high demand by tenants, and we know Albourne will love it there.”
“Colliers have been great to work with, and we very much look forward to enjoying the new location,” said Andrew McCulloch, partner, portfolio analyst, head of U.S. region at Albourne.