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Law Firm Commits to 19K SF in Downtown Stamford

CBRE has completed the first major lease at 1055 Washington Blvd. in Stamford, CT since being named exclusive leasing agent earlier this year for the Class A office building. The law firm of Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey, which has multiple offices around Connecticut, committed to a 19,241-square-foot, long-term lease at the property.

The CBRE team of EVP David Block and senior associate Joe Weaver spearheaded the leasing campaign at the office property. It was acquired by the RPW Group last December, a transaction also arranged by CBRE. 

“1055 Washington Blvd. has benefited greatly from a shift in the ‘critical mass’ of Stamford, which has migrated closer to the western side of the city,” said Weaver.

Tim Rorick and Torey Walsh of Newmark represented Carmody.


Inside The Story

CBRE’s Block and Weaver

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