Choyce Peterson, Inc. (www.choycepeterson.com), a commercial real estate brokerage and consulting firm, announced that Twenty Lake Holdings (www.twentylake.com) has appointed Choyce Peterson, Inc. as the exclusive listing agent representing its adjoining free-standing buildings at 300 Main Street and 400 Main Street in Stamford, CT. These two buildings total 125,560 square feet (SF) of office space offering a wide variety of suite sizes and layouts ranging from 829 SF to 18,000 SF. The Choyce Peterson agency team is made up of Vice President Charlene O’Connell and Principal John Hannigan.
Tenants of 300 Main Street, a former boutique bank headquarters building constructed in 1928 with many period details, will enjoy dedicated parking, a recently completed lobby renovation, a new rooftop deck, and available pre-built suites. The adjoining building at 400 Main Street, also known as the Valeur Building, has planned renovations to its lobby and offers full-floor space opportunities for smaller tenants. Both buildings boast an ideal downtown Stamford location, with stunning city views, and walkable to Columbus Park, restaurants, shopping, and the Metro North train station. The buildings are only 0.7 miles from Exit 7 of I-95 and offer on-site building management.
Sam Chambers, Sr. Associate – Asset Management at Twenty Lake Holdings commented, “We are thrilled to appoint Choyce Peterson as the exclusive leasing agent for our buildings at 300 Main and 400 Main Street. We are impressed with Choyce Peterson’s energy and creative strategic approach to leasing our buildings. We look forward to forging a successful relationship together.”
O’Connell replied “We are pleased to represent these iconic buildings on behalf of this well-respected real estate investment firm who is dedicated to improving the asset quality in Stamford. These well-maintained office buildings each offer an excellent location and available suites in a variety of configurations that can appeal to a wide variety of businesses looking to call downtown Stamford their home.”