BLT rebrands waterfront mixed-use development in Stamford as Harbor Landing

TRD New York /
Jan.January 04, 2018 01:27 PM

Building and Land Technology is rebranding the latest portion of its massive Harbor Point project in Stamford as Harbor Landing. Combining an almost-completed 218-unit residential building, a renovated office complex and a new 120-slip boatyard, the mixed-use development —previously named Davenport Landing — is adjacent to Harbor Point, a multi-billion dollar project BLT has been building since 2009. Stamford-based RHYS has been named the leasing agent for Harbor Landing’s 200,000 square feet of office space, which will have renovated common areas, new tenant amenities and a new parking lot. The Hinckley Company will operate the recently complete boatyard.

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