Royal Bank of Scotland selling Stamford building but still plans to lease space

TRD New York /
Jun.June 06, 2018 03:18 PM

The Royal Bank of Scotland is selling its Stamford building — a move that comes as the company continues to “reduce… [its] global footprint,” the company said in a statement. The bank has laid off more than 700 people in Stamford over the past few years, the Fairfield Business Journal reported. Though it will no longer own the building, the company still plans to lease office space at the site. The bank didn’t say how much it was selling the 600 Washington Boulevard building for, but it was last appraised at $150.6 million. [FBJ]

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