Hartford, CT Stark Office Suites, which offers turn-key, flexible executive office suites and virtual office services, has added another location to its roster of office space. The purchase of The Hartford Trust Building at 750 Main St. marks the company’s 10th location. The building was purchased for $4.3 million. The 17-story, brick-and-limestone building at 750 Main St. was constructed by the Hartford-Connecticut Trust Co. in 1921. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the oldest high rise commercial building in downtown.
“We are excited to breathe new life into this iconic building located at the center of the downtown revival, and just steps away from transportation, entertainment, and Hartford’s finest restaurants,” said Adam Stark, president of Stark Office Suites. “We have great plans to renovate this historic gem – celebrating its beautiful architectural features while refreshing the suites and introducing cutting-edge modern amenities, such as a managed fiber-optic technology solution for the entire building, to make it a true 21st century building. It’s a historic building, but it will house the newest real estate concept in Hartford.”
Clients will enjoy a variety of perks – flexible lease terms, immediate occupancy, built-in services options, and more. Stark Office Suites provides flexibility to scale with its clients offering anything from a virtual office to a fully furnished full-time single office or suite to a purely traditional large suite. Clients will be able to choose from a full continuum of options, including phones, high-speed internet access, furniture and executive office equipment, conference rooms and professional back-office services to create the solution that best matches their individual and unique needs.
Since 2004, Stark has built a network of office suite locations in NYC White Plains, Harrison, Mount Kisco, Rye Brook, Scarsdale, Danbury, Greenwich and Stamford. With the addition of 130,000 s/f in the city, the company totals 300,000 s/f.
of office space. Since its establishment in 2004, Stark Office Suites has grown. The company currently serves 900 clients and has twice been named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America.
The Hartford location is currently home to 60 businesses across a variety of industries, such as law, finance, marketing, real estate, nonprofit, technology, and various other professionals. In addition to a significant investment in renovation, Stark will bring the same high-level of customer service for which it is known and will provide a comprehensive offering of both full-time and virtual office solutions.
“For our new Hartford clients we will be able to offer access to all our locations throughout Fairfield and Westchester counties as well as New York City, bringing them additional value,” Stark said.
Ideally situated on a prominent corner location across from the Old State House, the building features two- and three-story windowed arches and is capped with a superstructure designed to resemble a pedimented Roman temple. Architects for the Hartford Trust Building were Morris & O’Connor. Morris’ extensive work in Hartford included the Morgan Memorial of the Wadsworth Atheneum and the Connecticut State Armory. Benjamin Wistar Morris also served as the architect for 48 Wall Street, known at one time as the Bank of New York Building, and now operating as the Museum of American Finance. The building’s window arches are reminiscent of those at 750 Main St.
Stark Office Suites offers premium turn-key full-time single offices or managed suites as well as virtual office options, multiple conference room venues and state-of-the-art technology including a complete fiber-optic solution. All Stark Office Suites are conveniently located close to major transportation. Stark operates ten premium locations including six in New York including Manhattan, White Plains, Mount Kisco, Harrison, Scarsdale Village and Rye Brook, as well as four CT locations in Greenwich, Stamford, Danbury and downtown Hartford.