News › August 2018 Transactions
Wednesday, August 8, 2018
NEW HAVEN, CT: SGI – USA has signed a ten-year lease for the 6,600 SF first floor space at 27 Church Street from 27-31-33 Church LLC. SGI – USA, headquarters in Santa Monica, CA will use the space as a Buddhist Center for religions assembly. Sal Comunale negotiated the lease for the landlord and Brian Enright of Halloran & Sage was the attorney for the landlord. Ted Schaffer of Press/Cuzzo represented the tenant. The Proto Group represented the landlord.
NAUGATUCK, CT: The Proto Group of North Haven, CT was hired by Super Stop & Shop to renegotiate a 5 year lease renewal. The landlord, Mountainview Plaza Associates, and Stop & Shop agreed to a reduced rent and savings to the company of $1,458,955.
MIDDLETOWN, CT: Washington West, LLC a division of Kaoud Real Estate from West Hartford is building a new retail shopping center in Middletown, CT on Washington Street (Route 66) and a portion of Plaza Drive. They can build up to 36,000± SF in three buildings. The first phase will be building a new O’Rielly Auto Parts store. The 8,480 SF tenant was represented by Dom Musilli of True Commercial Real Estate. Another national tenant will be anchoring a 7,200 SF building. Available spaces consist of up to a 20,000 SF box and 4,800 SF which can be subdivided. The Proto Group LLC of North Haven CT represents the landlord.
HAMDEN, CT: Chunyin Sun leased 799 square feet at 1220 Whitney Avenue unit C-3, Hamden to open a domestic and international shipping service. The lease has a base term of 3 years. Caroline Chao of Calcagni Real Estate represented the tenant. The Proto Group represented Charles and Carol Sue Spinaci, the landlord.
HAMDEN, CT: The Proto Group LLC of North haven sold the former Scarpo Motors on Dixwell Avenue and Treadwell Street in Hamden, CT. The parcel has a 2,263 SF and 1,900 SF auto related buildings on .32 acres of land. The Buyer was Sajjad Chaudhary of East haven. The selling price was $380,000. The seller was represented by Attorney Andrew White of Hamden and the buyer by Attorney Johnathan Einhorn of New Haven.