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Physicians Group Renews, Expands in Greenwich

In a transaction arranged by CBRE, Orthopedic & Neurosurgery Specialists (ONS) has renewed and expanded its lease at Greenwich Office Park in Greenwich, CT. ONS renewed its lease for all of 6 Greenwich Office Park, and expanded its administrative space at 9 Greenwich Office Park, for a total of 34,000 square feet.

CBRE’s David Block represented the owner, Greenwich Park LLC/Fareri Associates, which acquired the eight-building, 380,000-square-foot office complex in 2016. Cushman & Wakefield’s David Hoffman Jr. and Michael Norris represented ONS.

“The 10-year commitment that ONS has made to Greenwich Office Park is a testament to the property’s strong ownership and management at the complex, and to Western Greenwich’s appeal as a thriving office market,” said Block.

ONS president Seth Miller noted that the organization moved into 14,000 square feet at the park 20 years ago this month, and has steadily expanded to accommodate its growth.

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