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Tuesday, April 2, 2019

EAST HAVEN, CT: Emien LLC has leased 801 square feet at 100 South Shore Drive, East Haven for one year for a cosmetic research laboratory and related bottle filling. The Proto Group represented the landlord, 100 South Shore LLC, and was the only broker involved in the transaction.

 

CROMWELL, CT: Louis Bernard, Inc has leased 1,800 square feet at 2 Hammerhead Place, Cromwell, CT from Shetty Cromwell, LLC for a 7-year term. The tenant will relocate from its current location and operate Beautiful People Salon & Day Spa in its new space. The Proto Group was the sole broker involved in the transaction.

 

NEW HAVEN, CT: Yale University extended its lease on the 2nd floor at One Church Street, new Haven for an additional 5-year term. The lease is for 11,065 SF. Sue Cascio of Yale University negotiated the lease on behalf of the tenant. The Proto Group represents the landlord Church Street Property LLC.

BRANFORD, CT: Kevin Weirsman of Colonial Properties in Orange, CT represented St. John Bosco Parish Corp in the sale of it’s former church on Burban Drive in Branford, CT. The property was purchased by GR Realty associates LLC of Branford for $900,000. The Proto Group LLC of North Haven, CT represented the buyer.

 

NEW HAVEN, CT: St. Michael’s Church Corp has sold its former convent, nursery school and grade school at 234, 240 and 250 Greene Street in New Haven, CT. The sales price for the three properties was $1,200,000. The buyer was GR Realty Associates of Branford, CT and The Proto Group LLC of North haven was the sole broker in the transaction.

NORTH HAVEN, CT: Flagship Press, Inc of North Andover, MA has leased 8,919 square feet for three years at 51 Giles Avenue, North Haven from DFC of Giles Avenue LLC. Flagship will offer digital printing, offset printing, web to print, prepress and other printing related services. Jeff Poor of Flagship negotiated the lease on behalf of the tenant, who was represented by The Proto Group. Mike Boyarsky of Welco Realty represented the landlord.