Fairfield building fully leased


NHCLC-Hartford and Total Care have filled up the remaining space at 777 Commerce Drive.

Abbey Road Advisors, a private real estate investment firm based in Fairfield, has announced that 777 Commerce Drive, a 62,000-square-foot building adjacent to the new Fairfield Metro Train Station is now fully leased.

Two new tenants, Total Care and NHCLC-Hartford have leased space. Tom Pajolek of CBRE was the broker for Abbey Road Advisors and D.J. Smith of Rand Commercial was the broker for NHCLC-Hartford.

“We selected this site because of its convenience,” said Tynan Fischer, chief operating officer of NHCLC-Hartford, a part of the New Horizons Computer Learning network. “There is a convergence of major transportation routes at this location with proximity to the new train station and station parking. Training corporate employees in a state-of-the-art facility, it is important for our students to have access to restaurants and shopping where they can run errands. All that they need is close by.”

NHCLC-Hartford has leased 5,056 square feet for seven years. Total Care, a provider of in-home care for seniors and other healthcare services, has leased 5,556 square feet for five years.

“We selected this location for a number of reasons,” said Raymond Pantalena, executive director for Total Care. “The building itself is well appointed with adequate parking next to the train station and is close to county bus routes. Being in the town of Fairfield gives us proximity to major regional hospitals in the Bridgeport area and elsewhere. We looked at a number of locations and this one met our criteria.”

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