Stamford office complex inks three new tenants, renews another lease

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Feb.February 06, 2019 04:11 PM

An office complex in the South End of Stamford has signed on three new tenants, the Fairfield County Business Journal reported. Independent broker-dealer Amherst Pierpont and international trading house DXT Commodities signed leases for 2,392 and 3,496 square feet of space at One Dock Street, according to the outlet. Six One Commodities, a new business formed when Pinnacle Asset Management last year acquired Sierentz Global Merchants’ North American natural gas wholesale trading unit, inked a lease for 1,608 square feet at One Dock Street. The building also retained a tenant, renewing G3 Architects’ 1,304-square-foot lease. The building, a converted 19th-century mill, is owned by ClearRock Properties and Juster Properties, the outlet reported. A Newmark Knight Frank team led by Tim Rorick and Jack McDermott advised ClearRock and Juster on all four transactions, as well as Amherst Pierpont. Commercial Property Executive reported that Cushman & Wakefield’s John Altieri and Jay Hruska took the lead for DXT and G3, respectively. Six One handled leasing matters in-house. [FBJ]


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