FujiFilm leaves Norwalk for nearly 4K sf of space in Trumbull

TRD New York /
Mar.March 14, 2019 12:55 PM

An office/flex building in Trumbull has a new tenant. FujiFilm North America Group has inked a lease for 3,976 square feet of space at 204 Spring Hill Road, the Fairfield County Business Journal reported. Trefoil Park Properties LLC is the landlord for the 40,705-square-foot building, which was built in 1990. “There is only one space left in this building that is available for lease,” Angel Commercial president Jon Angel, who represented Trefoil Park, told the outlet. A team from CBRE Group led by David Block, Paul Myers and Joe Weaver represented FujiFilm in the transaction. FujiFilm, a Japanese film and photography giant that has thrived despite its primary U.S. rival Kodak Group crumbling, is reportedly relocating from Norwalk. [FBJ]

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