Stamford, CT Choyce Peterson, Inc. completed lease negotiations on behalf of Ohlandt, Greeley, Ruggiero & Perle, LLP for its new 3,155 s/f office space at 1 Landmark Sq. Choyce Peterson principal John Hannigan represented the tenant in the transaction.
Hannigan negotiated Ohlandt, Greeley, Ruggiero & Perle’s previous lease negotiations both when they relocated to 1 Landmark Sq. in 2000, and with their lease renewal in 2016. Paul Greeley, managing partner of Ohlandt, Greeley, Ruggiero & Perle, recently reached out to Hannigan again for assistance in finding new office space. Greeley and his team knew they wanted to stay in 1 Landmark Sq. so they could continue to enjoy the complex’s amenities including its dedicated fitness facility, indoor parking, onsite gourmet café, and full-time security and on-site ownership.
1 Landmark’s central location is within a mile of I-95 and the Stamford Train, with access to downtown shopping, restaurants and hotels.
After touring available spaces within the Landmark Sq. complex, Greeley chose a suite on the 19th floor of 1 Landmark Sq. that would complement their legal practice. The plug-and-play layout offers views of the surrounding area and Long Island Sound on one of the highest office building floors available in the city.
The landlord, Reckson, was represented in-house by Larry Kwiat, senior vice president, leasing.
Hannigan said, “Once again, I enjoyed working with Paul and his team on their search for space in the Landmark Sq. complex. Given their desire to remain at 1 Landmark Sq., we found a great solution that provides them a refreshed space with high-end finishes and a flexible configuration, along with lease terms that fit their business needs.”
“Working with John on our office space requirements is always a pleasure,” said Greeley. “He was able to present several space options for us to consider and led us through negotiations resulting in favorable financial and business lease terms. We are thrilled with our new office and look forward to continuing to build our client base.”