Newmark Knight Frank completes 4 office leases in Greenwich and Stamford

TRD New York /
May.May 15, 2019 04:53 PM

Two new tenants have signed leases at a building in Greenwich, and two existing tenants have expanded their leases at a building in Stamford, the Daily Voice Plus reported. North Carolina-based SunEnergy1 leased 5,120 square feet of space at a building on East Putnam Avenue in Greenwich, while CSP Partners and three associates leased 5,000 square feet of space at the building, according to the outlet. In Stamford, ASL Capital Markets expanded its existing lease at a building on Summer Street by inking a deal for a 5,104-square-foot space; JobTarget, meanwhile, expanded its own lease at the building by signing on for 9,818 square feet of space. Newmark Knight Frank, which earlier this year absorbed Stamford-based commercial brokerage Rhys, coordinated all four leases, according to the outlet. [DVP]


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