Software company inks 7.8K sf lease in moving from Stamford to Fairfield

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Mar.March 07, 2019 03:07 PM

Q88, a growing technology and software provider to the maritime industry, has signed a lease for a 7,800-square-foot building in Fairfield, the Connecticut Post reported. The business is moving “to meet [its] future goals of expansion,” a spokesperson told the outlet, without providing specifics about the lease. The building at 1501 Kings Highway East was dilapidated until it was purchased in 2017 by Powerscourt Westover, which announced plans to subsequently renovate the property, the outlet reported at the time. HK Group, a commercial real estate firm based in nearby Westport, represented Powerscourt on the lease. “The building is fully reconstructed with the modern industrial look that many companies — modern and young companies — are looking for,” HK Group executive vice president Franco Fellah said in a statement. Q88 plans to move in at some point this summer. [CTPost]


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