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Beauty Company PDC Relocates to Stamford CBD

NKF has arranged a 26,500-square-foot lease for PDC Beauty & Wellness at Forstone Capital’s 750 E. Main St. in Stamford, CT. The beauty company, which is relocating its global headquarters from 6 High Ridge Park in Stamford, will occupy the entire ninth floor and a significant portion of the 10th.

The NKF team was led by senior managing director Tim Rorick and managing director Torey Walsh. Landlord representation was provided by Forstone’s director of business development, Scott Raasch.

“The modern space in the building and proximity to downtown Stamford make this an ideal choice for PDC,” said Rorick.

750 E. Main is newly renovated and features a full amenity package, including train shuttle, cafeteria, boardroom, game room and fitness center. It’s one of three properties that Forstone owns in Stamford, and part of a 20-property portfolio in Fairfield County.


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