TO THE NEW STAMFORD
This dynamic city continues to grow and attract new businesses and residents
despite the challenging national economy.
By reinventing its historic industrial waterfront past with the South End
development called Harbor Point (www.Harborpt.com), the City has realized an
opportunity that stood silent for decades. As Harbor Point’s new office towers, res-
idential communities, veterinary hospital, school, food market, restaurants, retail
and extensive parkland take shape, Stamford is reclaiming its harbor front and
renewing itself, again.
ON THE MOVE...
The New Stamford. An exciting place to live, work and play.
BLT LEASES OVER 450,000 SQ. FT.
IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS
In More than 50 Individual New Leases, Expansions and Renewals
Building and Land Technology has continued to make deals in Stamford
throughout this difficult market including:
• First two major tenants at Two Harbor Point Square
• Cornell University Veterinary Specialist at 880 Canal St.
• Starwood Hotel’s World Headquarters at 333 Ludlow Street
• First American Title Company at 600 Summer Street
• Guess Inc. at Stamford Landing
Intertech Media at One Dock Street
• Ipsogen at 700 Canal Street
Above: Photo of 101 Park Place from the marina
Leave this area CLEAR FOR MAILING LABEL
Clockwise from left: aerial view of Stamford’s South End upon completion
of Harbor Point, Two Harbor Point Square, one of the many lamp post
banners on display throughout the South End, 333 Ludlow St at Stamford
Harbor Park, the refurbished historic facade of the Lofts at Yale & Towne
FAIRWAY WATERsIdE schOOl
MARKET GETs PERMANENT hOME
One of New York’s most popular
green grocers, Fairway Market, will be
a gastronomical temple with Harbor Point donated an estimated $5 million worth of real estate for
the permanent home for Waterside School. The school that was started
opening their first Connecticut store the largest selection and highest in 2001 by Konrad “Chip” Kruger, former co-head of Greenwich Capital,
at Harbor Point. The 75-year old retail focuses on closing the achievement gap in Stamford by assisting high
icon is moving into a new, 80,000 sq. ft. quality – all priced well below potential students who might typically be left behind in traditional public
structure on Market Street. its competitors. schools.
Billed as New York’s “finest, fresh- The Waterside School has grown from 27 to 100 students since its
est and most fabulous food market”, Fairway is, according to Howard Glickberg, co-owner and grandson of the founding. With this land gift and donations from other individuals and
store’s founder, “a gastronomical temple with the largest selection and highest quality – all priced well below companies, the school is looking to double its enrollment when classes
its competitors.” begin in its new facility in the fall of 2011.
CORNELL COMES TO CONNECTICUT NOW LEASING: STAMFORD’S
Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine signed a 10-year lease with Building PREMIER RENTAL RESIDENCES
and Land Technology to establish Cornell University Veterinary Specialists (CUVS), a satellite
referral and 24-hour emergency care hospital at Harbour Crossing on Canal Street in Stamford, In addition to the Lofts at Yale & Towne, a second rental community
overlooking a 4-acre park has just opened on the westside of Harbor
CT, that will employ 40 veterinarians and staff. The hospital is expected to open in early 2011
Point. Called 101 Park Place, this 15-story structure offers sweeping
and will provide state of the art veterinary specialty and emergency critical care services to
views of Long Island Sound and the New York City skyline, concierge
patients referred by their local veterinarians. services, a 6th floor pool deck and a host of amenities.
For information on the one, two and three bedroom rental residences,
two-level maisonettes and expansive penthouses on the 14th and
15th floors call 203.969.1010 or visit the web site
OvER 180 www.ParkPlaceatHarborPoint.com
AT YAlE &
A second-generation real estate development company, Connecticut-
based Building and Land Technology (www.BLToffice.com) has com-
Building and Land Technology’s first major residential component at Harbor Point, The Lofts at Yale & Towne, has pleted ventures worth more than $3 billion including over 4 million square
already leased more than 180 apartments since opening in May. Built within the renovated factory building where feet of commercial development and 4,500+ residential units. BLT trophy
padlocks were manufactured for over a century, The Lofts at Yale & Towne (www.ytlofts.com) are conveniently located properties host the headquarters for Gen Re, GE Commercial Finance,
between Connecticut’s busiest train station and Stamford’s renewed waterfront. Diageo, GE Real Estate, Xerox, GE Energy Financial Services, IMS Health,
Unique to the area, these apartments feature exposed brick and wood,111/2-foot ceilings 9-foot windows, include Hewitt and Cornell University Veterinary Specialists. Their numerous office
premium finishes and Class A amenities and are just a short walk from the train. parks, apartment complexes, single family subdivisions, common interest
communities and adaptive reuse projects total in excess of 8,000,000
With the demand for rental properties in the City’s South End so high, BLT has just made application for another 330 square feet of development throughout Fairfield County. For additional
apartments at the Yale & Towne complex at Harbor Point. Coupled with the Lofts and 101 Park Place, that will bring information, please contact Lisa Randazzo 203.846.1900 ext. 1510
the total number of rental units in Harbor Point to over 900. lisa@BLToffice.com
harborpt.com | Harbor Point is a Gold Certified LEED-ND development.
Welcome to the New Stamford
the Leasing Center, at 101 Washington Boulevard, is open Mon.,
Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 10 AM to 6 PM, Wed. 11 AM to 7 PM, and Sat. &
Sun. 11 AM to 5 PM.
i-95 south Exit 7 go left at Atlantic St., left at Washington Blvd.
i-95 north Exit 7 at bottom of ramp go through first light.
At second light go right onto Washington Blvd.
Harbor Point Square
Minutes from the Train Station
Free Shuttle Exposed Brick
Class A Amenities 11-1/2 ft
The Views are Just the Begining
Harbor Point’s premier office towers, onE & tWo Harbor
Point sQUarE, are set at the water’s edge and are part of a dynamic
new retail and residential community located just minutes from the
Stamford train station. In addition to striking views, the towers include
all the amenities you would expect in Class A buildings.
• 20,000 – 400,000 sq. ft. available
• Floor plates from 24,000 – 33,000 sq. ft.
• 12.5’ – 16’ slab-to-slab ceiling height
• redundant power
For leasing information please contact Dean shapiro,
203.602.2200 ytlofts.com dshapiro@bLtoffice.com, 203.644.1520.
BLT’s trophy commercial properties host the headquarters for Gen Re, GE Commercial Finance, Diageo, GE Real Estate,
Xerox, GE Energy Financial Services, IMS Health, Hewitt and Cornell University Veterinary Specialists. BLToffice.com
to the New Stamford
203.969.1010 Stamford’s Premier
ParkPlaceatHarborPoint.com Rental Residences
the Leasing Center, at 101 Washington Boulevard, is open Mon., Tues., Thurs.
& Fri. 10 AM to 6 PM, Wed. 11 AM to 7 PM, and Sat. & Sun. 11 AM to 5 PM.
i-95 south Exit 7 go left at Atlantic St., left at Washington Blvd.
i-95 north Exit 7 at bottom of ramp go through first light. At second light
go right onto Washington Blvd.