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Connecticut Leasing

retail office


40 Boston Post Road (Waterfall Shopping Center), waterford

Unit SQ. FT Rent Avail. Comments
Store 9 31,100 Amusement center coming soon! Rented Excellent Visibility!
Store 14 3,748 $15/SF NET Immediate Office or Retail
Store 15 4,925 $15/SF NET Lease Pending Office or Retail
Store 17 7,500 $15/SF NET Immediate Can be combined with Store 18.
Store 18 7,711 $12/SF NET Immediate Willet Avenue Frontage. Can be combined with Store 17.
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Retail Space Westport CT

222 Post Road West, westport

Unit SQ. FT Rent Avail. Comments
2nd Floor Retail 7,249 Call for pricing Immediate Ground and 2nd floors can be connected
Ground Floor Retail 4,625 Call for pricing Arranged
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Office Space Stamford CT

15 Bank Street, stamford

Unit SQ. FT Rent Avail. Comments
Fully Leased Contact Us
Retail Space Waterford CT

262 Boston Post Road (Utopia Centre), waterford

Unit SQ. FT Rent Avail. Comments
Unit #6 2600 $15 NNN 11/1/2018
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