George Comfort & Sons has finalized a lease agreement with Thomson Reuters, Inc. for 24,457 s/f of office space at 677 Washington Boulevard in Stamford, Connecticut.
The company will relocate its Stamford office to the downtown property during the second quarter of 2020.
“Our 677 Washington Boulevard property is emerging as the commercial epicenter of downtown Stamford, Connecticut,” said George Comfort & Sons President and CEO Peter S. Duncan.
“We believe the downtown has begun its renaissance and we anticipate further progress for the city in meeting its economic potential. We are pleased to be a key part of that progress as we welcome Thomson Reuters to the Tower building at the property, where they will join current tenants KPMG and Perkins Eastman.” 677 Washington Boulevard is a Class A complex located on over 12 acres.
It includes the 13-story office tower, the seven-story pavilion, and a three-story retail and ancillary building.
With an extensive set of renovations now completed, tenant amenities now include upgraded food service with coffee bar, a fitness center with yoga studio, a modern conference center, and a lobby bar/café with outdoor seating available.
The property is close to I-95 and to the Stamford Transportation Center, which offers both Metro North Commuter and Amtrak rail service.
Duncan and Dana Pike, also of George Comfort and Sons, represented ownership in the transaction while Joe Cabrera and Mike Gordon of CBRE represented Thomson Reuters.