Nuvance Health Systems recently secured a 220,000-square-foot office suite at The Summit in Danbury, a deal that ranks as the largest office lease this year for the State of Connecticut. The lease with Nuvance, formerly Western Connecticut Medical, is for 12 years and includes an option to expand up to 300,000 square feet.
Earlier this week, EPOCH Senior Living revealed the first renderings of Waterstone on High Ridge, a forthcoming senior community in Stamford, Connecticut. The residential campus will feature 146 residences for adults 62 years of age and above.
Sacred Heart University’s Fairfield Campus will soon include a new hockey and skating arena built to support nearly 4,000 spectators. The arena will function as the home of the university’s Division I men’s and women’s hockey team, the nationally ranked figure skating team, and the men’s ice hockey club.
RXR Realty is set to move ahead with the second phase of Atlantic Station in downtown Stamford, Connecticut after securing a $97.5 million construction loan. The 26-story mixed-use project is located at 355 Atlantic Street and 405 Atlantic Street, just a short walk from Stamford Transportation Center.
Greenwich Development Partners is planning to renovate the three-story, 25,000-square-foot office building at 330 Railroad Avenue, in the downtown section of Greenwich, Connecticut. The property will receive extensive renovations on the interior, bringing the building to Class A office status, and will see the exterior cleaned and restored, according to Westfair. Solar panels will also be installed on the rooftop. Greenwich-based Granoff Architects is behind the renovation design, but will also move its headquarters into the building once it’s complete. The architecture firm will lease 17,000 square feet of space, leaving 12,000 square feet on the top floor up for grabs. Occupancy is expected in January of 2017.