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ommercial property owners seeking to reduce operating costs related to energy consumption are benefiting from a federal financing program called Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy. One of its champions is Jessica Bailey, co-founder and CEO of Greenworks Lending in Darien, whose 3-year-old » GREENWORKS

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Developer Michael Eppoliti inspects the first of five condos in Ridgefield. Photo by Kevin Zimmerman.

Ludington Court latest sign of Ridgefield’s growing condo scene

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ive luxury condominiums rising on Ridgefield’s Main Street may be indicative of a continuing trend — providing housing for millennials and empty nesters alike — around the county, but they’re also symptomatic of the town’s need to repurpose neglected properties into something valuable. Rehabilitating a property to make it a tax-revenue generator is nothing new, of course, but in Ridgefield’s case it’s practically a necessity when it comes to new homes, according to Arnold Light, chairman of the town’s Economic and Community

Development Commission. “We just don’t have room for a lot of new construction,” Light said. “There are pieces of land here and there that single-home builders can purchase, but we don’t have enough opportunity to build a number of houses like Michael Eppoliti is doing.” What developer Eppoliti is doing is creating Ludington Court, a five-residence community running from 509 to 527 Main St., on the one-acre site of what was a long-dilapidated, century-old house on the corner of Main and Gilbert streets. Two of the homes will face Main and The Elms complex across the street, while the remaining three will face » RIDGEFIELD

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Reverse mortgages gain legitimacy, if not popularity, in region BY KEVIN ZIMMERMAN kzimmerman@westfairinc.com

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everse mortgages still have a negative connotation for many. Stories of senior citizens losing their life savings through such transactions permeate the internet, coupled with headlines about “the reverse mortgage con” strike fear into the hearts of homeowners seeking to draw value from the investment in their house. But those fears are mostly misplaced, according to Nick Buscaglia, senior vice president for residential mortgage at M&T Bank, which maintains branches throughout Fairfield and Westchester counties. “A lot of that is misinformation that dates back to when they first appeared in the ’80s,” he said. “But over the past several years it’s become a lot better,” in part by the strict code of ethics established in 1997 by the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association, Buscaglia said. “Of course,” he added, “there’s always the caveat of knowing who you’re dealing with and making sure it’s the right product for you.” Most banks in Fairfield and Westchester — including People’s United Patriot, Newtown Savings Bank, and The Westchester Bank — do not offer reverse mortgages. While they did not respond to requests for further comment, a recent survey by the mortgage consultancy Stratmor Group found that “reputation risk” was the top reason for eschewing reverse mortgages, followed by “distraction from the forward business,” “lack of in-house expertise,” and “belief it won’t be profitable.” Buscaglia said he thought the last point was particularly resonant. “Reverse mortgages are a small product,” he said. “It’s a spit in the ocean compared to the first mortgage business, and other banks believe they aren’t worth their while.” M&T takes the point of view that it’s another valuable offering for its customers, he added. “We’re one of the few out there who try to meet every single customer face-to-face,” he said. “We want them to be able to see us, touch us and know who they’re dealing with. A lot of other com-

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Requiring counseling … provides more protection for consumers who might fall victim to predatory lenders. — State Sen. Tony Hwang

panies do it all by phone.” While Buscaglia declined to say how many reverse mortgages M&T does each year, data from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), which oversees the market, indicates that there aren’t that many taking place locally. The state of Connecticut recorded a total of 435 reverse mortgages in 2016 — last year’s numbers are not yet available — compared with 597 in 2015. New York totaled 2,198 in 2016, down from 3,238 the year before. Last year, John M. Tolomer, president and CEO of The Westchester Bank, told the Business Journal that reverse mortgages were “not something that is popular with our client base.” Jason Milligan of Norwalk’s Milligan Realty said that although “I have been involved with them when there are short sales and

they have been somewhat hard to deal with,” his firm “didn’t have a ton of experience with reverse mortgages.” Nevertheless, the activity in Connecticut has been sufficient enough for state Sen. Tony Hwang — whose district includes Easton, Fairfield, Newtown, Weston and Westport — to push for legislation introduced through the Aging Committee in February that would prevent a reverse-mortgage lender from originating a reverse mortgage unless it has informed the applicant of the HUD counseling requirement, received certification that the applicant has attended the counseling session, and that the counseling session was conducted in person. The legislation is intended to bring Connecticut more closely in line with HUD requirements, which mandate that any borrower seeking such a transaction receive counseling by a Federal Housing Authority-approved person before the borrower incurs any costs for the loan. In fact, Hwang’s measure goes a step further, by requiring in-person counseling, which the FHA prefers, but does not insist upon. In a statement, Hwang said that such counseling can help seniors understand the tax implications of the mortgage payout and what rights a nonborrowing spouse has upon the borrower’s death. “The financial institutions certainly weren’t volunteering to educate their clients,” he said. “Requiring counseling and additional recordkeeping provides more protection for consumers, particularly our seniors, who might fall victim to predatory lenders.” Meanwhile, last month the Trump administration proposed a permanent end to the cap on the number of reverse mortgages. “The Budget will again propose permanently lifting the cap of 275,000 loan guarantees to provide further stability for the (Home Equity Conversion Mortgage) program,” the White House wrote in its proposal for the fiscal 2019 HUD budget. “This proposal reflects the significant improvements that have been made to the program to reduce risk to the (Mutual Mortgage Insurance) Fund and to ensure responsible lending to seniors.”

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Demolition work starts on East Windsor casino without federal approval BY PHIL HALL phall@westfairin.com

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he Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes have begun work on their proposed East Windsor casino March 5 without receiving federal permission to proceed on the project. At a ceremony, the tribes commenced the demolition of a shuttered movie theater at the site that is planned for a 100,000-square-foot casino. The new casino would be 13 miles south of the 759,000-square-foot MGM Springfield casino resort, which is scheduled to open later this year. Despite the commencement of demolition, the tribes have not finalized a construction timeline for the project because of the uncertainty of approval from the Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Indian Affairs. Mohegan Tribal Council President Kevin Brown insisted that federal approval for the East Windsor casino will be forthcoming. “We expect to get that approval in the late spring,” he said. “We know we are on the right side of the law.” The East Windsor project has been in limbo as a result of the U.S. Department of the Interior’s inaction on reaching a decision on gaming pact amendments that would enable the tribes to open a casino on nontribal land. The tribes and the State of Connecticut have filed a lawsuit against the department, and members of Connecticut’s congressional delegation have demanded that the department’s Office of the Inspector General investigate the matter. The proposed casino is potentially a $300 million development. An 1,800-car parking garage is planned where the old movie theater stood. MGM Resorts International, which proposed its own casino resort in Bridgeport, has been accused by the Connecticut congressional delegation of lobbying the Department of the Interior to prevent the East Windsor casino. Uri Clinton, senior vice president and legal counsel for MGM Resorts, told the Associated Press that the tribes were “closer to legal approvals they require, and no closer to producing a realistic construction schedule than they were a year ago when they said construction would be completed in 2018. If ever there was a textbook example of there’s less here than meets the eye, this is it.”

United Bank seeks to open in Greenwich BY KEVIN ZIMMERMAN kzimmerman@westfairinc.com

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nited Bank of Hartford has applied to open a brank branch at 415 Greenwich Ave. in Greenwich. If approved by regulators, the Greenwich location would be United Bank’s second in Fairfield County — it opened a commercial loan production office on Green Farms Road in Westport in 2015 — and its 54th branch within its Connecticut and Massachusetts footprint. The proposed branch would include multiple teller stations, ATM access, a conference room and private office space for branch managers and other bankers to consult with customers. In addition to retail banking activity, the branch would provide a

Proposed location of United Bank: 415 Greenwich Ave.

conduit to commercial and mortgage banking as well as financial advisory services. “By establishing a branch in Greenwich, we are directly responding to what our customers have been telling us: they want United Bank to have a greater physical presence in Fairfield County where they can conduct more of their banking activity,” said

United Bank CEO William H.W. Crawford IV. “This market has great demographics — among the best in the country,” he said, “so we’re making sure we have lower Fairfield County covered and we look forward to enhancing our commercial, business and retail banking opportunities through this branch in Greenwich.”

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Gilbert. Each home will have a view of Ballard Park to the south, and the complex is within walking distance of the Main Street shopping and dining district, as well as its library and the Prospector Theater. All five will be accessed from a driveway off of Gilbert. The construction required a zoning change to accommodate the site’s lower density — something that was granted in 2016, although not without some drama.

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firm has already underwritten more than $100 million in loans. “We’re at the intersection of finance and clean energy, where I think the state of Connecticut is going to see some real growth,” said Bailey. As a direct lender to commercial property owners seeking to reduce operating costs related to energy consumption, the company has found a lucrative niche within the commercial lending sector. Greenworks Lending focuses exclusively on a platform called C-PACE (Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy) financing. This platform encourages property owners to borrow for energy efficiency or renewable energy projects on existing commercial buildings. “I’ve known about this for nearly a decade,” said Bailey. “I first learned about it when I was at the Rockefeller Brothers Fund in New York doing energy policy work. I knew it was a good policy that could bring private capital into the energy market and help building owners, which are major consumers of energy, and help to cut their energy expense.” Bailey became involved in Connecticut’s Green Bank when it was created in 2011 and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy was looking for different products that the Green Bank could offer. “I helped design the policy,

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“Ridgefield itself is relatively easy to work with,” Eppoliti said at the site. “But the atmosphere at a public hearing can be challenging.” The new zoning statute allows a maximum of six units per acre if all the units are selling at the market rate, and up to eight units an acre if 15 percent of them meeting affordable housing guidelines. “The town is very happy to see this happening,” he added. “They saw the need for this and approved our submission with very little revisions.”

then the programs, then the lending platform as it works for C-PACE,” she said. “It worked really well and we saw quite a few projects close. I realized that it was not only a good product, but a really good business.” Bailey teamed with Alexandra Cooley, an assistant director of clean energy finance at the Green Bank, in founding Greenworks Lending in 2015, with Cooley taking on the chief operating officer position. They needed to consider some startup challenges: C-PACE lending is only available in states where this platform has been enabled by legislation, and a thorough engineering review of the properties would need to be conducted in order to assess the viability of the loan applications. The company initially targeted the Connecticut market and quickly realized that drumming up business would take patience. “There aren’t large portfolio owners in Connecticut, where you educate one building owner and he or she says, ‘Oh good, I have 300 buildings that I’d like you to do this for,’” she said. “We had to be more diligent, going onesy-twosy and growing business along the way.” That approach began to click and to date Bailey estimated Greenworks Lending has originated approximately 150 loans totaling roughly $100 million. “Our smallest deal was about $80,000, the largest was $3.5 million and our average deal size is

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A lifelong Ridgefield resident — “I’m ninth generation,” he said — Eppoliti said he’d had his eye on the property for a number of years, but that longtime owner Rocco Valeri had been reluctant to sell, preferring to pursue his own plan of building 14 units in an expanded main house and barn under an affordable housing permit. Those plans ultimately came to naught and 509 Main Street LLC, comprised of Eppoliti, Stefano Zandri and William Harford, finally acquired it in 2015 for $1,211,400.

The 14-unit complex was “never going to work,” Eppoliti remarked, adding that his plan makes more sense aesthetically and demographically. Designed by local architects Mose Associates, each three-bedroom, three-and-ahalf bath condo — detached from the others — will consist of 2,400 square feet across two stories, with the option of building out an attic, a basement and upgrading for an elevator for convenient second-story access. Eppoliti, working with Ridgefield Supply Co., will complete the

exteriors this year, while buyers will choose the interiors. Ludington Court will be in line with the Elms and another nearby complex, Casagmo, in providing space for both younger buyers and older ones looking to downsize, all looking to take advantage of Ridgefield’s Main Street district, Eppoliti said. Work is currently being done on the first two buildings — “the weather has not been cooperative,” he chuckled — with an estimated completion date of next March. Light at Ridgefield’s ECDC agreed with Eppoliti’s

CEO Jessica Bailey rings up another loan closing at Greenworks Lending. Photo by Phil Hall

about $600,000,” she said. One challenge, she said, was publicizing the availability of C-PACE loans — which still surprises Bailey, considering the product has been around for years. “Every time a business owner hears about C-PACE, their reaction is, ‘Aha, it is too good to be true’,” she said. “Marketing is always our challenge. We have a sales team communicating with building owners and energy contractors. It’s kind of a shoe-leather operation. You’ve got to have a sales team out there talking to the right people and getting connected into the right building

owners that need this.” Last September, Greenworks Lending saw its first securitization. “We had a $75 million pool of assets that we had originated across several states that we were holding on our balance sheet,” Bailey stated. “We did a term securitization with Guggenheim leading it, and it was fully purchased by TIAACREF. For us, it was a really nice fit because they have a matched needs with what we are creating — we have very long-term assets that perform over 20 years and that’s what investment funds need. We are happy to be the first securitization on the C-PACE

side in the country.” Lately, Greenworks Lending has been in an expansion phase. In February, the company partnered with Main Street America to introduce C-PACE financing to the nonprofit’s membership of municipalities and development associations. Earlier this month, it entered the California market when the Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) partnered with the company to offer C-PACE financing to the 15 WRCOG member jurisdictions in Riverside County and to more than 370 California municipali-

assessment. “There’s definitely a need for something like this,” he said. “A lot of people no longer need big homes — they just want a two-bedroom, two-bath residence where they can retire but still be in Ridgefield.” On the other hand, he said, “A lot of houses these people have are in the $1 million category, and they’re not selling. And millennials who are just starting out are looking for properties in the $400,000-$700,000 range — and those tend to go relatively quickly.”

ties involved in the state’s Home Energy Renovation Opportunity program. “We plan to be in Massachusetts in the next couple of months and go into New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Florida later in this year,” Bailey said. The company also operates in Colorado, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas and Wisconsin. Bailey noted that the Trump administration’s chilly attitude to renewable energy and energy efficiency policies has generated some concern, but she does not foresee disruptions out of Washington. “The policy that enables our company to grow depends upon a state policy and a local ordinance,” she said. “There isn’t much that’s going to happen in the White House, no matter who is in there, that is going to dampen that. There is a lot of enthusiasm for building upgrades, whether you’re in a red state or a blue state. And while having a president who doesn’t support renewable energy and doesn’t see the economic benefits that renewable energy is giving our country creates a bit of a mood-dampening effect, we haven’t seen it hit our pipeline. We were concerned about the solar tax credit, but the good news is that he didn’t remove that when he removed some of the other tax incentives and tax breaks.”


Cheers! Pair of Ridgefield businesses team to make seltzer from tree sap BY KEVIN ZIMMERMAN kzimmerman@westfairinc.com

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rinking maple syrup may seem like a practice best left to heedless children — preferably those whose parents are utterly unwitting. Yet that’s what Nod Hill Brewery and The Hickories Farm are hoping patrons will do — sort of. The two Ridgefield firms have collaborated on First Run, a small-batch seasonal seltzer made from fresh maple, hickory and oak sap. The sap is collected at The Hickories, then trucked to Nod Hill, which pasteurizes, carbonates and cans it. The end result, said Nod Hill co-owner and operations manager Dave Kaye, has not only some of the expected woody notes, but also hints of vanilla and a “unique, sort of sweet flavor. It’s really delicious.” Kaye, who co-owns the brewery with his father Rob, said the sap yielded 1,000 16-ounce cans, which were split evenly with The Hickories to sell for $4 each. Sales have been strong, he said. “We did a small run partly because this was the first time we’d done it,” he explained at Nod Hill’s 137 Ethan Allen Highway location. “Frankly we didn’t know how it would turn out. But it tastes really good and we’ve gotten good feedback on it. We’re a family-friendly establishment, so it’s a nice thing to offer in addition to our beer. We’re definitely interested in doing it again next year.” The idea originated with Hickories founder Dina Brewster, whose family has owned the farm at 136 Lounsbury Road since the 1750s. “Anybody who makes maple syrup has dipped their finger into the sap bucket for a taste,” she said. “The current craze for coconut and other flavored waters made the idea for producing First Run a natural.” Brewster said she fully expected further collaborations with the brewery, “since there are several bushels of the Hickories’ peaches in Nod Hill’s freezer.” “There’s quite a few there,” Kaye laughed when asked for a count. “We’ll be producing a peach-flavored beer later in the year.” Kaye said he and Nod Hill’s head brewer Kyle Acenowr had discussed the idea of producing a nonalcoholic drink in the past,

but had made little headway before Brewster approached them. Seltzer derived from maple syrup may be unusual, but it’s not unheard of. A Burlington, Vermont company called Sap!, which makes sparkling beverages from maple and birch tree sap, created a splash on the “Shark Tank” reality show earlier this year. The Vermont Sweetwater Bottling Co. in Poultney, Vermont,

has been making maple syrup-flavored seltzer and soda for several years. But Kaye said he believed First Run is the first such product made locally in Fairfield County. Another company, Danbury’s Asarasi, has since 2016 been producing bottled water from the waste water usually discarded after maple sap is processed into syrup. Founder and CEO Adam Lazar said Asarasi — whose product was

the first water to be USDA organic-certified — is continuing to expand its distribution throughout the Northeast at stores like Albertsons and Wegmans, and is looking to expand into its first international market, Australia. This month it introduced lime, lemon and cherry-lime flavors to its lineup, Lazar said. Declining to provide figures, Lazar described Asarasi’s sales to date as “really strong.”

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Deloitte: Banking industry solid, but plenty of room for improvement BY KEVIN ZIMMERMAN kzimmerman@westfairinc.com

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he state of the U.S. banking industry is solid — but meeting several challenges revolving around technology will be key to continued success in the future, according to a senior Deloitte executive. “Labor markets, monetary policies and other factors are all in a fairly good spot overall right now,” said the firm’s Scott Baret, a senior client partner and leader of its U.S. banking and securities practice. “We’re seeing corporate profits and, more recently, the sort of tax reform that we haven’t in a long time. Banks are facing a very favorable economic, regulatory and tax environment.” In order to maintain and grow that momentum, banks must stay abreast of the ever-quickening advances in technology that their customers are increasingly expecting, Baret said, echoing the findings of Deloitte’s newly published 2018 Banking Industry Outlook. The industry’s primary business segments — retail banking, corporate banking, wealth management, capital markets and payments — will each need to address six macro themes in the coming 12 to 18 months. Not surprisingly, customer centricity leads that list. “Client experiences are evolving at a much faster pace, thanks to technology like apps that make it easier for customers to conduct transactions,” Baret said. Not keeping up with those developments “could drive customers to other organizations, depending on their needs. Driving a better and more fulfilling experience for customers is the holy grail for banks and can help increase profitability.” There are also opportunities to modernize regulatory compliance and bring

together disparate silos created for individual compliance goals, Baret said. “We’re calling that ‘regulatory recalibration’ or ‘stabilization’,” he noted. Following a decade of intense scrutiny by regulators globally, banks seem to be sensing some stabilization, especially within the U.S., Baret continued. More global firms are refocusing on varying local market needs and regulatory mandates. Integrating processes through automation — which does not necessarily mean cutting staff — can be one way of taking advantage of this current environment, he said. Tying in with those two themes is technology management. “Stability creates opportunities to redeploy assets and resources into different areas,” Baret said, noting that some banks’ legacy systems date back to the Nixon era. “Integrating those core operating systems with new technologies that can enhance the customer experience isn’t necessarily easy, but it’s something that many banks need to refocus on.” Mitigating cyber risk has become hugely important, as reports of large companies failing to adequately protect their customers’ identities continue to make headlines. Greater interconnectedness in the banking ecosystem, rapid adoption of new technologies, and continued reliance on legacy infrastructure designed for a different age all make for a risky environment, Baret said. While funding for cybersecurity continues to increase and there is greater cooperation among banks, Deloitte warns that cyber risk continues to grow in complexity. As a result, it recommends building a robust culture of due care across the organization and ensuring that cybersecurity is a key consideration in the design of business processes, strategy and innovation.

A fifth theme centers on financial technology firms, or “fintechs,” and how they continue to lead innovation in the banking industry by sharpening their focus on customer experience. As Deloitte sees it, banks can either try to replicate what fintechs are doing, respond with equally innovative solutions, become more symbiotic and less competitive, or pursue a mix of these strategies that fit their unique capabilities and market positions. “This is pushing banks to think differently about the customer experience,” Baret said. Learning from fintechs and technology firms could help banks rethink their competitive benchmarking, he continued, especially as fintechs and other nonbank players encroach on various business lines like lending, payments, trading and wealth management. Smart bank management can take a hard look at those entities’ practices and realize dividends of their own. “Fintechs are the unpaid innovators for banks right now,” Baret said. Lastly, the firm recommends banks rethink their workforce strategy — not just due to increasing automation but also due to greater diversity in the labor pool. In addition to permanent employees and contractors, that workforce will likely include freelancers who work with multiple banks, fintech “hackathoners” to generate novel solutions, and even robots that work alongside humans. Banks will likely need to reorient existing workforces to be collaborative and inclusive, while providing them with more integrated employee experiences — from recruitment to retirement — to mirror the richer customer experience that the workforce is enabling, according to Deloitte.

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Stamford’s Green Street Power Partners LLC has purchased a portfolio of community solar projects, all in Con Edison’s service zone, from San Jose, California’s SunPower. A 918-kilowatt rooftop project in Maspeth, Queens, will be the first project to be completed and will feature SunPower Helix technology. Helix is expected to offset approximately 20,496 metric tons of carbon dioxide from the five boroughs over the lifetime of the system, the equivalent of preserving 167 acres of forest. The project will provide power to more than 150 homes in New York City. The project was originated by SunPower dealer Accord Power, which is also providing development and engineering, procurement, and construction services. Construction is set to begin April 1 and expected to be complete by late spring. Green Street will own the system, highlighting the company’s increased focus on project acquisition. “This project, along with the additional projects we are currently acquiring, will have a profound impact on our company while helping us achieve our goals of being a leader in community solar, and commercial and industrial solar markets,” said Green Street Co-Founder and CEO Scott Kerner.

HEALTH CARE COALITION FORMED BY CONNECTICUT CHAMBER

The Connecticut Chamber Healthcare Coalition has been formed by the Connecticut Chamber of Commerce and its health insurance marketing partner the Chamber Insurance Trust as a means of addressing the spiraling costs of health care for its business members.

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The group began looking at different ways to help keep those costs down last fall. Meetings were held at a number of the 65-plus chambers across the state over the past five months, where businesses and chamber executives discussed the programs needed by companies. The Connec ticut Department of Insurance has authorized rate increases for 2018 of as much as 31.7 percent for the individual market. Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Connecticut’s largest insurer, was authorized to increase rates that average more than 25 percent for the majority of its small business and nonprofit market. Nearly all of Connecticut’s major health insurers have posted double-digit rate increases. “From Danbury to Danielson, members are telling chamber leaders that increasing health care costs are strangling their businesses,” said JoAnn Ryan, president of Connecticut’s Chambers of Commerce Leadership Council and president of the Northwest Chamber of Commerce in Torrington. “The chambers have used our combined member power, working with our health care marketing partner the Chamber Insurance Trust of Orange to provide access to quality, affordable health plans for more than two decades,” Ryan said. “Connecticut health insurers in the past had been eager to create special programs, control rates, in exchange for marketing help and access to our members. That is no

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from the Connecticut Insurance Department on Feb. 23 that it can sell its products in the state. The company, which was founded in 1989 by the Kansas Medical Society, is working with Connecticut Medical Society’s brokerage firm, CSMS Insurance Agency, and is planning to begin quoting coverage later this spring. “We are proud to work with the Connecticut State Medical Society to grow our insurance business, and we are honored they recognize us as their medical professional liability insurance Preferred Affinity Partner,” said Kurt Scott, president and CEO of KaMMCO

that manage approximately 6.2 million housing units. Its online offerings are designed to allow property managers to train employees quickly to ensure compliance with extensive rules and regulations on topics such as Fair Housing, OSHA and sexual harassment. “Stone Point is deeply entrenched in the real estate services industry and is therefore able to support Grace Hill in key, strategic ways beyond the firm’s significant investment,” remarked Grace Hill CEO Dru Armstrong.

WEINSTEIN EXITS STAGE IN WESTPORT

Just as movie mogul Harvey Weinstein has left the Hollywood scene, he also has quietly exited Fairfield County with the sale of his last two Westport properties. Weinstein’s adjacent properties at 26 Beachside Ave. and 28 Beachside Ave. sold for $10 million and $6 million, respectively, with Westport real estate investor Andrew Bentley acquiring both homes. The 26 Beachside residence, an 8,800-square-foot estate on a 2.38-acre compound, was the site of fundraising events for Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential bid. The neighboring 28 Beachside compound features an 1,800-square-foot Cape Cod on a 3.33-acre waterfront parcel. Weinstein, whose award-winning career collapsed amid a wave of sexual harassment charges, sold a third Westport home at 20 Minute Man Hill last October for $1.65 million.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY HAS 7:1 PAYBACK

Every dollar invested in energy efficiency generates $7 back into Connecticut’s economy, according to a report by the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Board. The 2017 Programs and Operations Report states that the energy efficiency improvements made last year will save Connecticut homeowners, renters, cities and towns, and businesses of all sizes more than

Weinstein house at 26 Beachside Ave.

$841 million over the life of those measures. “Last year’s results prove that energy efficiency works for Connecticut,” said Taren O’Connor, Energy Efficiency Board chair. “The savings are used by residents to support household expenses. It helps businesses and municipalities pay local salaries and be more competitive, and overall, it contributes to the quality of life in our state.” However, O’Connor said, the state budget passed last fall diverted approximately 33 percent of the customer-funded programs, which she said “will have harmful consequences for future economic growth and job creation in Connecticut.” The energy efficiency programs and services are supported by customers through a small charge on electric and natural gas bills, marketed under the statewide brand Energize Connecticut, and provided by Eversource, United Illuminating, Southern Connecticut Gas, and Connecticut Natural Gas.. — Kevin Zimmerman, Phil Hall

ISG PARTNERS WITH PLUG AND PLAY TECH

Information Services Group (ISG), a Stamfordbased technology research and advisory firm, has formed a strategic partnership with Plug and Play Tech Center, a Silicon Valley-based technology innovation accelerator platform. Under the terms of the partnership, ISG will serve as a founding anchor partner of Plug and Play’s newly launched Enterprise 2.0 program for technology startups. ISG will have two seats on the Enterprise 2.0 board and will be involved in reviewing and choosing the 20 companies that will participate in this three-month accelerator program. “This exposure will be enormously beneficial to informing our technology research agenda and building awareness among our consultants who are helping shape the digital strategies and future operating models of our clients,” said ISG Chairman and CEO Michael P. Connors. “We are excited about the prospect of bringing the latest innovations to the attention of our clients and our global team of advisors and researchers.”

KAMMCO TO SELL PHYSICIAN-FOCUSED INSURANCE IN CONNECTICUT

The Kansas Medical Mutual Insurance Co. (KaMMCO), a provider of insurance and health care technology solutions for physicians and other health care professionals, has received certification to sell its medical professional liability insurance and cybersecurity insurance in Connecticut. Headquartered in Topeka, Kansas, KaMMCO began the Connecticut licensing process early 2017 and received notification

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THE LIST: Golf Courses

FAIRFIELD COUNTY FAIRFIELD COUNTY

GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUBS

Listed alphabetically. Name Address Area code: 203, unless otherwise noted Website

Year course opened

Course type

Holes

Par

Rating

Yards

Slope

Course designer(s)

1967

Private

Carolyn Kepcher Gerard J. Scheer Jr. and John Bushka

18

71

73.7

6,594

129

Hal Purdy

1946

Private

Curtis Angell Kammy Maxfeldt

9

36

37.3

3,157

131

Orrin Smith

300 Mansfield Ave., Darien 06820 655-9726 • ccdarien.org

1957

Private

Marc Possidento Cory Muller

18

72

73.1

6,908

132

Alfred H. Tull; renovated 2010 by Michael Hundzan

936 Sasco Hill Road, Fairfield 06824 259-1601 • ccfairfield.com

1914

Private

Steve T. Klemenz David Renzulli

18

70

71.6

6,358

133

Seth Raynor

2390 Easton Turnpike, Fairfield 06432 373-5911 • fairchildwheelergolf.com

1931

Municipal

Alex Head Stephen Roach

18 red 18 black

72 red 71 black

71 red 71.5 black

6,568 red 6,559 black

124 red 124 black

Robert White

451 Stillwater Road, Stamford 06902 324-4185 • brennangolf.com

1925

Municipal

Michael Sullivan Charles Pollard

18

71

71.1

6,492

124

Maurice McCarthy

19 Doubling Road, Greenwich 06830 869-1000 • greenwichcountryclub.org

1892

Private

Hagen Freihoff Andrew Gruss

18

71

72.6

6,706

130

Seth Raynor

1963

Municipal

Lou Berlingo Joseph Felder

18

71 men 73 women

70.5

5710 green 6512 blue 6093 white 4256 gold

120

Robert Trent Jones

1972

Municipal

Peter Grace Jim Alexander

18

72/73

72.1

6,676

126

Hal Purdy Malcolm Purdy

165 Fillow St., Norwalk 06850 838-0303 • oakhillsgc.com

1969

Municipal

Shelly Guyer Edward Ruiz

18

71/72

70.5

6,407

126

Alfred H. Tull

1118 Cross Highway, Fairfield 06430 259-5244 • thepattersonclub.com

1947

Private

John Brisson Christopher Kenney

18

71

72.8

6,795

134

Robert Trent Jones Sr.

100 Aunt Hack Road, Danbury 06811 792-2550 • richterpark.com

1971

Municipal

Karen Madaus Brian Gehan

18

72

73

6,740

130

Edward Ryder

71.8 blue 69.7 white 66.6 gold 69.6 red

6444 blue 6019 white 5358 gold 4512 red

129 blue 127 white 120 gold 117 red

George Fazio and Tom Fazio

Aspetuck Valley Country Club

67 Old Redding Road, Weston 06683 226-4701 • aspetuckvalley.com

Birchwood Country Club

25 Kings Highway South, Westport 06880 221-3280 • birchwoodcc.org

Country Club of Darien

Country Club of Fairfield D. Fairchild Wheeler Golf Course

E. Gaynor Brennan Golf Course Greenwich Country Club

Griffith E. Harris Golf Course

1323 King St., Greenwich 06831 531-7200 • greenwichct.org

H. Smith Richardson Golf Course

2425 Morehouse Highway, Fairfield 06824 255-7300 • fairfieldct.org

Oak Hills Park Golf Course

The Patterson Club

Richter Park Golf Course

Owner/general manager Golf pro

1974

Municipal

Anton Steger Frank A. Sergiovanni

18

71 blue 71 white 71 gold 74 red

2949 Long Ridge Road, Stamford 06903 322-3408 • rockrimmoncc.org

1949

Private

John Larsen Jerry Yochum

18

72

73.8

6,832

128

Orrin Smith and Robert Trent Jones Sr.

333 Hurlbutt St., Wilton 06897 762-4600 • rhcconline.com

1961

Private

Scott Semple Ray Ford

18

71

72.9

5,454-6,737

137

Alfred Tull; Updated in 2002 by Roger Rulewich

14 Canfield Ave., East Norwalk 06855 866-5528 • shorehavengc.org

1923

Private

Brian Dwyer Mike Laganza

18

71

72.4

6,599

134

Robert White

439 Silver Spring Road, Ridgefield 06877 438-2671 • silverspringcc.org

1930

Private

Karl Habib NA

18

71

72.1

6,518

132

Robert White

1959

Private

John Warner/Rob DeLuca 27 Stuart Waack

70, main course 66.4 31, executive course

5,300

122

John Warner/ Re-Design; Mark Mungeam, Mungeam Cornish Golf Design

1964

Private

Peter Tunley Michael Summa

18

72

76

7,133

144

William F. Gordon

1969

Public

Paul Grillo Angela Aulenti

18

72

71.7 blue 69.6 white 67.5 gold 73.3 red

6,509 blue 6,054 white 5,587 gold 5,539 red

129 blue 126 white 123 gold 124 red

Geoffrey S. Cornish 1969; renovated in 2005 by Robert McNeil

1950

Public

Krista Cilfone NA

9

70

64.5

4,512

100

NA

1929

Private

Brian Gillespie Bobby Farrell

18

71

73.4 blue 68.1 green 72.1 red 71.8 white

6783 blue 5719 gold 5710 red 6452 white

139 blue 127 green 127 red 136 white

Charles H. Banks

1976/2004

Municipal

Bobby Brown Jon Janik

27

72

71.9

6,540

125

Al Zikorus and Mike Zikorus

1982

Public

Paul McGuire William Street

18

72

72.7

6,714

134

Hal Purdy and Malcolm Purdy

1916

Private

Steve McVey Michael Crawford

18

71

72.8

6,716

139

Willie Park Jr., renovated by Mark Mungeam

Ridgefield Golf Course

545 Ridgebury Road, Ridgefield 06877 748-7008 • ridgefieldgc.com

Rockrimmon Country Club Rolling Hills Country Club Shorehaven Golf Club

Silver Spring Country Club Silvermine Golf Club

95 N. Seir Hill Road, Norwalk 06850 846-2552 • silverminegolf.com

The Stanwich Club

888 North St., Greenwich 06831 869-0555 • stanwich.com

Sterling Farms Golf Course

1349 Newfield Ave., Stamford 06905 461-9090 • sterlingfarmsgc.com

Sunset Hill Golf Club

13 Sunset Hill Road, Brookfield 06804 740-7800 • sunsethillgolfclub.com

Tamarack Country Club

55 Locust Road, Greenwich 06831 531-7300 • tamarackcountryclub.com

Tashua Knolls and Tashua Glen Golf Club

40 Tashua Knolls Lane, Trumbull 06611 452-5186 • tashuaknolls.com

Whitney Farms Golf Course 175 Shelton Road, Monroe 06468 268-0707 • whitneyfarmsgc.com

Woodway Country Club

540 Hoyt St., Darien 06820 322-1661 • woodway.org

This list is a sampling of golf and country clubs that are located in the region. If you would like to include your facility in our next list, please contact Danielle Renda at drenda@westfairinc.com. NA Note:

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Not available. Private golf courses require membership and offer specialized services to its members, who are charged dues and course maintenance. Public golf courses charge participants for rounds played and equipment rentals. Municipal golf courses are owned by cities, towns or counties and may offer reduced memberships to residents.

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REAL ESTATE

BUILDING OWNERS

DIAMOND PROPERTIES LLC

707 Summer St., Stamford, Conn. 06901 Phone: 203-359-8500 Website: ashforth.com Top executive(s): H. Darrell Harvey, co-CEO, The Ashforth Company; and Andrew B. Ashforth, co-CEO, The Ashforth Company, and CEO and president, A.P. Construction Company Major properties in the region: Greenwich Plaza, Greenwich; 3001 Stamford Square, Stamford; and 707 Summer St., Stamford. Description: owner, developer and investor of assets and provider of asset and property management, general contracting and construction management Year established: 1986

333 N. Bedford Road, Mount Kisco, N.Y. 10549 Phone: 914-773-6249 Website: diamondproperties.com // dpmgt.com Top executive(s): Jim Diamond, CEO Major properties in the region: 333 N. Bedford Road, Mount Kisco, N.Y.; 75 Virginia Road, White Plains, N.Y.; 444 Saw mill River Road, Elmsford, N.Y.; 115 Wall St., White Plains, N.Y.; 100 S. Bedford Road, Mount Kisco, N.Y.; 2 Church St., Ossining, N.Y.; 141 and 175 Tompkins Ave., Pleasantville, N.Y.; 42 Memorial Plaza, Pleasantville, N.Y.; Moller Mansion, 830 S. Broadway, Tarrytown, N.Y.; 50 Broadway, Hawthorne, N.Y.; 116 Newtown Road, Danbury, Conn.; and 958 Boston Post Road, Danbury, Conn. Description: commercial real estate investor and manager Year established: 1993

BAYWATER PROPERTIES

GEORGE COMFORT & SONS INC.

THE ASHFORTH CO.

1019 Boston Post Road, Darien, Conn. 06820 Phone: 203-656-0500 Website: baywater.net Top executive(s): R. David Genovese, founder Major properties in the region: Baywater Business Park, Norwalk; 155 Woodward Ave., Norwalk; 78 Harvard Ave., Stamford; 2777 Summer St., Stamford; 225 High Ridge Road, Stamford; 195 Danbury Road, Wilton; 285 Riverside Ave., Westport; 355 Riverside Ave., Westport; 450 Post Road, Westport; 745 Boston Post Road, Darien; 1020 Boston Post Road, Darien; 980 Boston Post Road, Darien; 1019 and 1021 Boston Post Road, Darien; Corbin Development Property, Darien; 17 Old Kings Highway South, Darien; 36 Old Kings Highway South, Darien; 1340 Boston Post Road, Darien; and 1025 Boston Post Road, Darien. Description: full-service real estate company Year established: 2001

CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD

107 Elm St., 4 Stamford Plaza, Eighth floor, Stamford, Conn. 06902 Phone: 203-326-5800 7 Renaissance Square, Fifth floor, White Plains 10601 Phone: 914-305-9306 Website: cushmanwakefield.us Top executive(s): John Santora, vice chairman, president, New York tristate region; James Fagan, senior managing director, Stamford office; and Craig Ruoff and Matthew Lisk, senior directors, Westchester office Major properties in the region: Landmark Square, Stamford; The Annex, Stamford; Pequot Plaza, Southport; Greenwich American Centre, Greenwich; Westport View Corporate Center, Westport; Miro Plaza, Fairfield; 9 Riverbend Center, Stamford; i.park7, Norwalk; Norden Park, Westport; Thordal Circle, Armstrong Park, Shelton; Plaza West, Stamford; Summer Street, Stamford; Trefoil Park, Trumbull; Trumbull Corporate Park, Trumbull; Matrix Corporate Center, Danbury; Saugatuck Grain Building, Saugatuck; Riverview East, Norwalk; Fairfield Metro Medical Campus, Fairfield; The Common, Greenwich; The Brick Tower, Fairfield; Merritt 8, Stamford; The Moorings, Westport; Seaview House, Stamford; Belden Square, Norwalk; Washington Plaza, Stamford; Corner Marion Road, Westport; Shelton Financial Center, Shelton; Pickwick Plaza, Greenwich; Stamford Towers North, Stamford; River Plaza, Stamford; White Plains Office Park, White Plains; The Centre at Purchase, Building 1, Purchase; Ritz Carlton, Tower 2, White Plains; Airport Campus, 113 King St., Armonk; and Chappaqua Crossing, Pleasantville. Description: commercial real estate brokerage, tenant and landlord representation, acquisitions, sales, appraisals, project management, property management and global occupier services. Year established: 1917

THE DAVIS COMPANIES

200 Connecticut Ave., Norwalk, Conn. 06854 Phone: 203-866-1220 Website: thedaviscompanies.com Top executive(s): Jonathan G. Davis, founder and CEO Major properties in the region: 40, 50, 60, 64 and 187 Danbury Road, Wilton, Conn.; 200 Connecticut Ave., Norwal; 40 Richards Ave., Norwalk; 15 Old Danbury Road, Wilton; Reservoir Corporate Center, Shelton; 35 Nutmeg Drive, Trumbull; 1000 Bridgeport Ave., Shelton; and 2150 Post Road, Fairfield. Description: acquisition, property management, leasing, development, construction and asset management Year established: 1976

REAL ESTATE

200 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016 Phone: 212-481-1122 Website: gcomfort.com Top executive(s): Peter S. Duncan, president and CEO Major properties in the region: 900 King St., Rye Brook, N.Y.; The Centre at Purchase, Purchase, N.Y.; High Ridge Park, Stamford, Conn.; and Shippan Landing, Stamford, Conn. Description: landlord agency, property and construction management, tenant loyalty, acquisitions, corporate services, tenant representation and sustainability Year established: 1919

GREINER-MALTZ REALTY SERVICES

800 Westchester Ave., Suite 638, Rye Brook, N.Y. 10573 Phone: 914-821-5050 and 203-786-5050 Website: greiner-maltz.com Top executive(s): Ayall Schanzer, principal Major properties in the region: 275 Washington St., Mount Vernon; and 508 North Avenue, New Rochelle; 2 Greentown Road, Buchanan; 317 South Broadway, Yonkers; 27 Centre Ave., New Rochelle; and 919 West St., Pelham Manor. Description: appraisals, consultation, negotiation representation, industrial and office park development, property management and space analysis Year established: 1953

MACK-CALI REALTY GROUP

Cross Westchester Executive Park 100 Clearbrook Road, Elmsford, N.Y. 10523 Phone: 914-592-4800 Website: mack-cali.com Top local executive(s): Mitchell E. Rudin, CEO; and Jeffrey M. Warner, senior vice president of leasing Major properties in the region: Stamford Executive Park, Stamford, Conn.; Cross Westchester Executive Park, Elmsford, N.Y.; Mid-Westchester Executive Park, Hawthorne, N.Y.; South Westchester Executive Park, Hawthorne, N.Y.; Elmsford Distribution Center, Elmsford, N.Y.; South Westchester Executive Park, Yonkers, N.Y.; Westchester Financial Center, White Plains, N.Y.; and South Westchester Executive Park, Yonkers; N.Y. Description: commercial and residential real estate services, architecture, construction, leasing, legal, property management and space planning Year established: 1949

MARCUS PARTNERS INC.

301 Merritt 7, Norwalk, Conn. 06851 Phone: 203-762-7200 Website: marcuspartners.com Top local executive(s): Paul Marcus, managing principal Major properties in the region: 8 and 10 Wright St., Westport; 40 Cross St., Norwalk; 40-60 Danbury Road, Wilton; 50-64 Danbury Road, Wilton; and 200 Connecticut Ave., Norwalk. Description: asset management, development and property management Year established: 1992

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THE MATRIX GROUP

1201 Route 112, Port Jefferson Station, N.Y. 11776 Phone: 631-979-2777 Website: matrixrealtygrp.com Top local executive(s): Enrico Scarda, acting CEO Major properties in the region: Matrix Corporate Center, Danbury and Matrix Corporate Center at Norwalk, Norwalk, Conn. Description: property management Year established: 1993

QUANTUM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

33 W. Main St., Suite 301, Elmsford, N.Y. 10523 Phone: 914-592-1100 Website: quantmgmt.com Top local executive(s): Tom Burdarin, owner Major properties in the region: NA Description: property management for cooperatives, rental properties and condominiums throughout Westchester County and New York City, including management of staffing, financial, management and compliance services Year established: 1990

R.J. ROSE REALTY LLC

500 Nepperhan Ave., Yonkers, N.Y. 10701 Phone: 914-423-2047 Website: rjroserealty.com Top local executive(s): Randolph Rose, president Major properties in the region: The Weaving Building, 500-530 Nepperhan Ave., Yonkers; and The Worsted Building, 179 Saw Mill River Road, Yonkers. Description: property management Year established: 2007

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(A division of SL Green Realty Corp.) 1 Landmark Square, Stamford, Conn. 06901 Phone: 203-363-2500 360 Hamilton Ave., White Plains, N.Y. 10601 Phone: 914-750-7200 Website: slgreen.com Top executive(s): John Barnes, senior vice president, marketing and director, suburban division Major properties in the region: 1 and 6 International Drive, Rye Brook, N.Y.; 100, 200 and 500 Summit Lake Drive, Valhalla, N.Y.; 117 Stevens Ave., Valhalla, N.Y.; 260 Hamilton Ave., White Plains, N.Y.; 520 White Plains Road, Tarrytown, N.Y.; 1010 Washington Blvd., Stamford, Conn.; 1, 2, 4, 6 and 7 Landmark Square, Stamford, Conn.; 680, 750 and 1055 Washington Blvd., Stamford, Conn. Description: leasing, property management, construction and architecture Year established: 1997

RMS COMPANIES

1 Landmark Square, Stamford, Conn. 06901 Phone: 203-968-2313 Website: rms-companies.com Top local executive(s): Randy Salvatore, president and CEO Major properties in the region: The Moderne, Stamford; The Verano, Stamford; 1200 Bedford St., Stamford; Mayfair Square, Danbury; Cooper Square, Bethel; Hotel Zero Degrees, Stamford; Hotel Zero Degrees, Norwalk; Delamar Southport, Southport; Parallel 41, Stamford; Blvd, Stamford; Village at Maple Pointe, Stamford; Village at River’s Edge, Stamford; Phoenix on Isaac, Norwalk; Marquis on the River, Norwalk; 100 Prospect, Stamford; Hotel Zero Degrees, Danbury, Rippowan Place, Stamford; and Simeon Village, Bethel. Description: construction, renovation, tenant fit-outs, project and property management, custom-home building, development of town homes and residential communities Year established: 1995

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D&D ELEVATOR TO OPEN YONKERS TRAINING CENTER FOR ELEVATOR TECHNICIANS

ne of the primary issues facing U.S. industry today — across virtually all the manual labor trades and particularly in construction — is an ongoing shortage of trained technicians. This is being strongly felt in the elevator industry, where steadily growing building construction has created increasing demand for technicians to install, service and maintain new and existing systems. More and more one hears, “we need more trained technicians, but there’s no one available to hire.” According to Bob Schaeffer, CEO and president of Elmsford-based D&D Elevator Maintenance, the solution is “training, training, training.” An elevator industry veteran, Schaeffer has throughout his career been a strong advocate for education. Among his many accreditations, he served as board president of the National Association of Elevator Contractors (NAEC) and, as education chairman, was instrumental in creating the Certified Elevator Technician (CET™) certification. This nationally recognized certificate program provides the elevator industry with the means of obtaining and verifying knowledge and experience requirements related to compliance with industry codes, elevator and escalator specific technical theory, components and competencies. For its own company, D&D Elevator has been delivering apprenticeship training for more than 15 years with great success. Schaeffer explains, “To allow us to grow at a reasonable pace, our goal was to make sure we always had enough skilled workers, while maintaining and enhancing our existing workforce. In 2016, and at the beginning of 2017, we have seen a dynamic change in the workforce. Retirees have outpaced new apprentices and rather than deal with the rigors of daily maintenance, repairs, modernizations and the installation of elevators, many qualified technicians have opted to become inspectors and third-party witnesses.” Now, in the face of the worsening shortage in certified technicians, D&D is working on expanding the training model to other elevator companies that subscribe to the common goal of using only educated and safety-trained skilled labor. When they began asking other companies if they had any interest in this, the answer was a resounding ‘if you build it, we will come.’ Accordingly, D&D has begun the process of building a 2,500-square-foot Elevator Learning Center on Corporate Boulevard in Yonkers, antici-

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pated to open spring 2018. In keeping with the objective of developing an innovative education model that other companies would fi nd valuable — while ensuring that the educational content is proven and accepted — all classes are being taught by experienced and certified instructors. According to Schaeffer, the overarching objective of the Center is to allow for other companies to train at its facility, either through its approved educational delivery system, or a process created through contractor related organizations. The Center will also be providing services that include certified

testing, proctoring and graduate placement services for entities that provide apprenticeship and re-certification. Working with human resource professionals, it is planning to add personal attribute and ethics training to help create well-rounded candidates who understand the importance of communication, quality and professionalism. In conclusion, Schaeffer says, “We see this approach as a solution to the shortage of skilled labor — to help build a body of educated, trained, skilled, responsible workers who can make an extremely good living while serving a pressing societal need.”

D&D Elevator Maintenance president Bob Schaeffer teaching an elevator technician apprenticeship program.

D&D’s Elevator’s new Elevator Learning Center will be located at Corporate Boulevard in Yonkers and will be delivering: • State-of-the-art computer workstations delivering online education • Accredited, certified apprenticeship training recognized by the Department of Labor • OSHA and Safety training using highly experienced, certified instructors • Industry related continuing education with CEU credits for certification requirements

Students will experience hands-on learning with full-scale elevator component mockups and demonstration aids, as well as simulators that provide the experience of working with equipment from several leading manufacturers.

D&D Elevator Maintenance Incorporated • 38 Hayes Street • Elmsford, NY 10523 P: 914.347.4344 • F: 914.347.3222 • info@ddelevator.com • www.ddelevator.com

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WFL REAL ESTATE SERVICES LLC

162 East Ave., Suite 1A, Norwalk, Conn. 06851 Phone: 203-604-1390 Website: wflrealestate.com Top local executive(s): Bill Leopold, principal, president and founder Major properties in the region: 162 East Ave., Norwalk; 11 Burtis Ave., New Canaan; 70 Main St., New Canaan; 33 N. Water St., Norwalk; 125 Strawberry Hill Ave., Stamford; 5-17 Washington St., Norwalk; 154 East Ave., Norwalk; 98 East Ave., Norwalk; and 151 E. Post Road, White Plains. Description: commercial property management, brokerage and construction services Year established: 1998

WILLIAM A. KELLY & CO.

87 Bedford Road, Katonah, N.Y. 10536 Phone: 914-232-3191 Website: wakellyco.com Top local executive(s): Edward Kelly, owner Major properties in the region: Westchester Pavilion Mall, Jefferson Valley; and Toyota Automobile Dealership/Service, Nyack. Description: general contracting management, including construction management, commercial construction, pre-engineered and metal buildings, re-roof services, retail projects, residential construction and organization memberships Year established: 1932

COMMERCIAL DEVELOPERS THE ASHFORTH CO.

707 Summer St., Stamford, Conn. 06901 Phone: 203-359-8500 Website: ashforth.com Top executive(s): H.Darrell Harvey, co-CEO, and Andrew B. Ashforth, co-CEO Largest project under construction: square footage, 38,000; locality, White Plains, N.Y.; and project cost, $32 million Construction classification percentages: NA Description: construction, property management and investments Year established: 1986

THE BAKER COMPANIES

1 W. Red Oak Lane, White Plains, N.Y. 10604 Phone: 914-461-9000 Website: thebakercompanies.com Top executive(s): Mark Baker, president Largest project under construction: square footage, NA; locality, NA; project cost, NA Construction classification percentages: 85 percent, industrial; 13 percent, office; and 2 percent, retail Description: acquisitions and development Year established: 1966

BERKSHIRE INDUSTRIAL GROUP

2 Parklawn Drive, Bethel, Conn. 06801 Phone: 203-743-7201 Website: berkshirecorporatepark.com Top executive(s): WND Largest project under construction: WND Construction classification percentages: 20 percent, industrial; 20 percent, office; 10 percent, retail; and 50 percent, flexible space Description: full-design building, from land planning to construction management Year established: 1968

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BUILDING AND LAND TECHNOLOGY

1 Elmcroft Road, Suite 500, Stamford, Conn. 06902 Phone: 203-846-1900 Website: bltoffice.com Top executive(s): Carl R. Kuehner III, CEO Largest project under construction: square footage, 220,000; locality, Stamford, Conn.; and project cost range in millions, NA Construction classification percentages: 27 percent, office; 3 percent, retail; and 70 percent, residential Description: real estate development, investment, construction, management and ownership Year established: 1982

F.D. RICH CO.

222 Summer St., Stamford, Conn. 06901 Phone: 203-359-2900 Website: fdrich.com Top executive(s): Thomas L. Rich, president and CEO Largest project under construction: 100,000; locality, Norwalk, Conn.; project cost, N/A Construction classification percentages: 100 percent, hotel Description: development, leasing, management and construction Year established: 1920

FISCHEL PROPERTIES

7 Renaissance Square, Fourth floor, White Plains, N.Y. 10601 Phone: 914-769-6500 Website: cappelli-inc.com Top executive(s): Louis Cappelli and Bruce Berg, owners Largest project under construction: square footage, 650 apartments and 50,00 square feet of retail space; locality, Stamford, Conn.; and project cost range, NA Construction classification percentages: 10 percent, retail, and 90 percent, residential Description: construction, development and asset management Year established: 1982

501 Kings Highway East, Fairfield, Conn. 06825 Phone: 203-696-1000 Website: fischelproperties.com Top executive(s): Jonathan Eckman, president and CEO Largest project under construction: square footage, 130,000; locality, Fairfield, Conn.; project cost, N/A Construction classification percentages: 2 percent, industrial; 85 percent, office; 12 percent, retail; and 1 percent, multifamily Description: full-service commercial real estate development company, including new construction and rehab development, real estate brokerage, property management and business consulting Year established: 1970

COLLINS ENTERPRISE LLC

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1455 E. Putnam Ave., Old Greenwich, Conn. 06870 Phone: 203-358-0004 Website: collins-llc.com Top local executive(s): Arthur Collins and Dwight Collins, owners Largest project under construction: square footage, 300,000; locality, Connecticut and Virginia; project cost, $50 million Construction classification percentages: 20 percent medical and offices and 80 percent apartments Description: full-service real estate company offering acquisitions, development, assets and property management, financing and consulting Year established: 1991

COVINGTON DEVELOPMENT LLC

322 Clock Tower Commons, Brewster, N.Y. 10509 Phone: 845-279-9565 Website: covington-development.com Top local executive(s): Harold Lepler. owner Largest project under construction: square footage, NA; locality, NA; project cost, NA Construction classification percentages: 25 percent, industrial; 25 percent, office; 25 percent, retail; and 25 percent, multifamily housing Description: full-development services Year established: 1980

DIAMOND PROPERTIES LLC

333 N. Bedford Road, Mount Kisco, N.Y. 10549 Phone: 914-773-6249 Website: diamondproperties.com // dpmgt.com Top executive(s): Jim Diamond, CEO Largest project under construction: square footage, 189,329; locality, Stone Mountain, Ga.; project cost, N/A Construction classification percentages: 50 percent, industrial; 40 percent, office; and 10 percent retail Description: site selection, acquisition, construction and management Year established: 1993

EMPIRE STATE REALTY TRUST

Metro Center, 1 Station Place, Stamford, Conn. 06902 Phone: 203-353-5200 Website: empirestaterealtytrust.com Top executive(s): Anthony E. Malkin, chairman and CEO Largest project under construction: square footage, N/A; locality, N/A; project cost, NA Construction classification percentages: 50 percent, office, and 50 percent, retail Description: leasing, marketing, construction, legal, accounting, asset and property management Year established: 1987

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100 Summit Lake Drive, Suite 235, Valhalla, N.Y. 10595 Phone: 203-747-3600 Website: gdcllc.com Top executive(s): Martin Ginsberg, principal Largest project under construction: square footage, 55 apartment buildings; locality, Yonkers, N.Y.; and project cost range, N/A Construction classification percentages: 100 percent, residential Description: construction, leasing, management and sales Year established: 1964

LASHINS DEVELOPMENT CORP.

80 Business Park Drive, Armonk, N.Y. 10504 Phone: 914-273-5200 Website: NA Top executive(s): Edward A. Lashins and Eric M. Lashins Largest project under construction: square footage, NA; locality, NA; project cost, NA Construction classification percentages: 10 percent, industrial; 70 percent, office; 10 percent, retail; and 10 percent, residential Description: development, construction, leasing and management Year established: 1944

MACK-CALI REALTY CORP.

210 Hudson St., Suite 400, Jersey, N.J. 07311 Phone: 732-590-1000 Website: mack-cali.com Top local executive(s): Michael J. DeMarco Largest project under construction: square footage, 365 apartment homes and 10,000 feet of retail space; locality, Worchester, Mass.; project cost, NA Construction classification percentages: 100 percent, multifamily Description: commercial and residential real estate services, architecture, construction, leasing, legal, property management and space planning Year established: 1949

MARCUS PARTNERS INC.

301 Merritt 7, Norwalk, Conn. 06851 Phone: 203-762-7200 Website: marcuspartners.com Top executive(s): David P. Fiore, principal of the New York metropolitan region Largest project under construction: square footage, 230,000; locality, Morristown, N.J; project cost, N/A Construction classification percentages: 100 percent, office Description: asset management, development and property management Year established: 1992

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NATIONAL REALTY & DEVELOPMENT CORP.

3 Manhattanville Road, Suite 202, Purchase, N.Y. 10577 Phone: 914-694-4444 Website: nrdc.com Top executive(s): Robert C. Baker, chairman and CEO Largest project under construction: square footage, N/A; locality, N/A; project cost, N/A Construction classification percentages: 100 percent, retail Description: development, acquisitions, entitlement, property operations/ management, leasing and marketing, construction, property management and legal services Year established: 1964

NATIONAL RESOURCES

485 W. Putnam Ave., Greenwich, Conn. 06830 Phone: 203-661-0055 Website: nationalresources.com Top executive(s): Joseph Cotter, founder and president Largest project under construction: square footage, N/A; locality, N/A; project cost, N/A Construction classification percentages: 80 percent, office, and 20 percent, retail Description: development and management Year established: 1993

R.D. SCINTO

1 Corporate Drive, Suite 100, Shelton, Conn. 06484 Phone: 203-929-6300 Website: scinto.com Top executive(s): Robert D. Scinto, president and founder Largest project under construction: square footage, N/A; locality: N/A; project cost, N/A Construction classification percentages: 25 percent, industrial, and 75 percent, office Description: site selection, acquisition and construction Year established: 1974

ROBERT MARTIN COMPANY LLC

100 Clearbrook Road, Elmsford, N.Y. 10523 Phone: 914-592-4800 Website: robertmartincompany.com Top executive(s): Robert F. Weinberg, co-founder and partner, and Timothy M. Jones, managing member/partner Largest project under construction: square footage, N/A; locality, N/A project cost, N/A Construction classification percentages: 40 percent, industrial; 10 percent, office; 20 percent, retail; and 30 percent, residential Description: development, acquisition and adaptive reuse Year established: 1957

RMS COMPANIES

1 Landmark Square, Stamford, Conn. 06901 Phone: 203-968-2313 Website: rms-companies.com Top local executive(s): Randy Salvatore, president and CEO Largest project under construction: square footage, 114-room boutique hotel; locality, Danbury, Conn.; project cost, NA Construction classification percentages: NA Description: construction, renovation, tenant fit-outs, project and property management, custom-home building, development of town homes and residential communities Year established: 1995

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RPW GROUP INC.

WESTMONT LAND VENTURES LLC

700 S. Barry Ave., Mamaroneck, N.Y. 10543 Phone: 914-698-3600 Website: rosensheinassocs.com Top executive(s): Lisa Rosenshein, owner Largest project under construction: square footage, NA; locality, NA; project cost, NA Construction classification percentages: 100 percent, retail Description: acquisition, development and brokerage Year established: 1958

800 Westchester Ave., Suite N601, Rye Brook 10573 Phone: 914-285-1700 Website: rpwgroup.com Top executive(s): Richard P. Weisz, founder and owner Largest project under construction: square footage, 1 million; locality, White Plains, N.Y.; project cost, more than $100 million Construction classification percentages: 20 percent, hotel; 40 percent, office; and 40 percent, residential Description: ownership, management, general contracting and construction management Year established: 1979

SIMONE DEVELOPMENT COS.

1250 Waters Place, Bronx, N.Y. 10461 Phone: 718-215-3000 Website: simdev.com Top executive(s): Joseph Simone, president Largest project under construction: square footage, NA; locality, NA; project cost, NA Construction classification percentages: 20 percent, industrial; 50 percent, office; 20 percent, retail; and 10 percent, residential Description: commercial development and holding, residential development and sales Year established: 1960

SPINNAKER REAL ESTATE PARTNERS LLC

1 N. Water St., Suite 100, South Norwalk, Conn. 06854 Phone: 203-354-1547 Website: spinrep.com Top executive(s): Clayton Fowler, founder, chairman and CEO Largest project under construction: square footage, mixed-use development with 57 apartments; locality, Norwalk, Conn.; project cost, NA Construction classification percentages: 10 percent, hotel, and 90 percent, residential Description: acquisition, development and management, urban planning, engineering, design execution Year established: 1950

STANLEY M. SELIGSON PROPERTIES

605 West Ave., Norwalk, Conn. 06850 Phone: 203-203-5600 Website: seligsonproperties.com Top executive(s): Stanley M. Seligson, chairman and CEO Largest project under construction: square footage, 425 luxury apartments and 63,000 square feet of retail space; locality, Norwalk, Conn.; project cost, NA Construction classification percentages: 10 percent, retail, and 90 percent, residential Description: owner and manager of a real estate portfolio in excess of one million square feet of residential, office, retail, medical and light industrial buildings Year established: 1985

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46 Westchester Ave., Pound Ridge 10576 Phone: 914-561-0218 Website: N/A Top executive(s): Steven Wise, owner Largest project under construction: square footage, N/A; locality, N/A; project cost, N/A Construction classification percentages: N/A Description: development company Year established: 2004

3 Barker Ave., Sixth floor, White Plains, N.Y. 10601 Phone: 914-231-8080 Website: N/A Top executive(s): Marc Samwick, managing member Largest project under construction: square footage, N/A; locality, N/A; project cost, N/A Construction classification percentages: 62 percent industrial and 38 percent office Description: acquisition, development and advisory services Year established: 2001

WESTROCK DEVELOPMENT LLC

440 Mamaroneck Ave., Suite N-503, Harrison, N.Y. 10528 Phone: 914-751-4000 Website: westrockdevelopment.com Top executive(s): Jason Friedland, managing partner and co-founder Largest project under construction: square footage, NA; locality, NA; project cost, NA Construction classification percentages: 50 percent industrial, 20 percent office and 30 percent retail and Description: real estate development Year established: 2001

WILLIAM A. KELLY & CO.

87 Bedford Road, Katonah, N.Y. 10536 Phone: 914-232-3191 Website: wakellyco.com Top local executive(s): Edward Kelly, owner Largest project under construction: square footage, 60,000; locality, North Salem N.Y.; project cost, $1-20 million Construction classification percentages: 100 percent, hotel Description: construction management, general contracting, turnkey packages, design-build services, site work, excavation and construction Year established: 1932

COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FIRMS ADMIRAL REAL ESTATE SERVICES CORP.

62 Pondfield Road, Bronxville, N.Y. 10708 Phone: 914-779-8200 Website: admiralrealestate.com Top executive(s): Jonathan Gordon, president and CEO Licensed agents and/or brokers: six agents Areas: New York metropolitan area Description: tenant representation, agency leasing and investment sales Properties serviced: office, retail, industrial, land and multifamily Year established: 1997

ALAN ZUCKERMAN REAL ESTATE

4 W. Red Oak Lane, Suite 105, White Plains, N.Y. 10604 Phone: 914-755-4184 Website: zuckermanre.com Top executive(s): Alan Zuckerman Licensed agents and/or brokers: one broker/agent Areas: New York tristate area Description: commercial real estate specialist Properties serviced: office, retail, industrial, land and multifamily Year established: 2013

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ALLIED PROPERTY GROUP

116 Main St., Second floor, Greenwich 06830 Phone: 203-661-5800 Website: alliedpropertygp.com Top executive(s): Thomas Torelli, managing partner Licensed agents and/or brokers: three agents Areas: Westchester and Fairfield counties Description: management services offered through Allied Property Management LLC Properties serviced: office and retail Year established: 1993

ANGEL COMMERCIAL LLC

2425 Post Road, Suite 303, Southport, Conn. 06890 Phone: 203-335-6600 Website: angelcommercial.com Top executive(s): Jon Angel, president Licensed agents and/or brokers: five agents Areas: New York and Connecticut Description: sales, leasing, consulting and landlord and tenant representation Properties serviced: industrial, multifamily and retail Year established: 2000

ANSON PROPERTIES LTD.

4 New King St., Suite 100, White Plains, N.Y. 10604 Phone: 914-937-3111 Website: realtyacquisitionconsulting.com Top executive(s): Bill Anson, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: one Areas: Westchester County Description: leasing and sales Properties: industrial and commercial Year established: 1973

ANTHONY P. BELDOTTI MGMT. CORP.

500 Executive Blvd., Suite 203, Ossining, N.Y. 10562 Phone: 914-762-7500 Website: apbproperties.com Top executive(s): Anthony P. Beldotti, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: one broker Areas: Briarcliff, Mount Kisco, Ossining and Yorktown Description: consulting, leasing, residential and commercial rentals Properties: industrial/warehouse, multifamily, office and rental Year established: 1984

ARIES DEITCH & ENDELSON INC.

110 S. Central Ave., Hartsdale, N.Y. 10530 Phone: 914-949-2800 Website: ade-re.com Top executive(s): Barry Endelson, president Licensed agents and/or brokers: four agents, five brokers Areas: Putnam, Rockland and Westchester counties, N.Y. and parts of Connecticut and New Jersey Description: appraisal, consulting, leasing, property management and sales Properties serviced: retail Year established: 1993

AUSTIN CORPORATE PROPERTIES INC.

31 Bonwit Road, Rye Brook, N.Y. 10573 Phone: 914-690-0020 Top executive: Carl Austin, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: two Areas: Westchester, Dutchess and Rockland counties, N.Y.; Fairfield and New Haven counties, Conn. Description: corporate relocation consulting, property representation and sales Properties serviced: office, industrial, land and multifamily Year established: 1971

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AVISON YOUNG

MerrittView, 383 Main Ave., Sixth floor, Norwalk, Conn. 06851 Phone: 203-614-1260 Website: avisonyoung.com Top executive(s): Sean M. Cahill, principal and managing director Licensed agents and/or brokers: eight agents Areas: Fairfield and Westchester counties Description: leasing and sales, appraisal, property management and consulting Properties serviced: industrial, office, land, multifamily and retail Year established: 1978

BALDWIN PEARSON & CO. INC.

10 Middle St., Bridgeport, Conn. 06604 Phone: 203-335-5117 Website: baldwinpearson.com Top executive(s): George Shawah Jr., owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: one Areas: Fairfield County Description: appraisal, consulting, leasing, sales Properties: industrial, land, office and retail Year established: 1953

BAYWATER PROPERTIES

1019 Boston Post Road, Darien, Conn. 06820 Phone: 203-656-0500 Website: baywater.net Top executive(s): R. David Genovese, founder Areas: Fairfield and Westchester counties Description: full-service real estate company Properties: retail, office and industrial Year established: 2001

BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY HOMESERVICES NEW ENGLAND AND WESTCHESTER PROPERTIES

860 N. Main Street Extension, Wallingford, Conn. 06492 Phone: 860-571-6909 Website: bhhscrene.com Top executive: Candace Adams, CEO Licensed agents and/or brokers: 1,800 agents Areas: New England Description: specializes in new homes and land services; also provides investment services Properties: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 1998

BERNARD REALTY/THE RETAIL LEASING CO.

71 Arch St., Greenwich, Conn. 06830 Phone: 203-622-1636 Website: theretailleasingcompany.com Top executive(s): Matthew L. Bernard, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: one Areas: Greenwich, Conn. Description: brokerage, tenant representation, sublets and assignments, business sales and landlord consulting Properties serviced: office and retail Year established: 1990

CBRE

201 Tresser Blvd., Suite 201, Stamford 06901 Phone: 203-329-7900 Website: cbre.com Top executive(s): Robert Caruso, senior managing director and Deborah Connolly, manager, office operations Licensed agents and/or brokers: 30 agents Areas: Fairfield and Westchester counties Description: asset services, capital markets, valuation and advisory services and project management Properties serviced: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 1906

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CHOYCE PETERSON INC.

383 Main Ave., Norwalk, Conn. 06851 800 Westchester Ave., Rye Brook, N.Y. 10573 Phone: 914-422-5700 and 203-356-9600 Website: choycepeterson.com Top executive(s): John P. Hannigan, principal Licensed agents and/or brokers: five agents Areas: Fairfield and Westchester counties and beyond Description: specializing in tenant representation Properties serviced: industrial, land, office, and retail Year established: 1997

C.J. PAGANO & SONS INC.

420 Westchester Ave., Port Chester, N.Y. 10573 Phone: 914-939-1123 Website: cjpagano.com Top executive(s): Neil Pagano, president, broker and owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: four Areas: southern Westchester County Description: appraisal (residential only), leasing, sales and commercial Properties serviced: office, retail, industrial, land and multifamily Year established: 1930

COLDWELL BANKER COMMERCIAL / SCALZO GROUP

2500 Westchester Ave., Purchase, N.Y. 10577 Phone: 914-232-4100 Website: cbcworldwide.com Top executive(s): Tony DiCamillo Licensed agents and/or brokers: five Areas: Westchester County, N.Y., and Cos Cob and Greenwich, Conn. Description: retail asset services, space planning, medical, investment property, corporate services, and valuation services Properties serviced: office, retail, industrial, land and multifamily Year established: 1906

COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL INC.

1055 Washington Blvd., Third floor, Stamford, Conn. 06901 Phone: 914-324-0800 Website: colliers.com Top executive(s): Jeffrey P. Williams, Michael Siegel, Al Gutierrez, Michael Gordon, and Ernest DeLuca Licensed agents and/or brokers: 12 Areas: Fairfield and Westchester counties Description: ownership and investment, lease and property management and landlord and tenant representation Properties serviced: industrial, office, retail, land and multifamily Year established: 1926

COLONIAL REALTY

2 Post Road, Fairfield, Conn. 06824 Phone: 203-367-4087 Website: colonialrealty.net Top executive(s): David S. Gorbach and Joel Hausman, principals Licensed agents and/or brokers: five agents Areas: Fairfield and New Haven counties Description: office, industrial, retail and tenant representation and investment Properties serviced: industrial, land, office, retail, and multifamily Year established: 1954

CR PROPERTIES GROUP LLC

295 Main St., Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 12601 Phone: 845-485-3100 Website: crproperties.com Top executive(s): Thomas Cervone, principal broker Licensed agents and/or brokers: two agents Areas: Dutchess, Westchester, and Rockland counties, N.Y., New Haven and Fairfield counties, Conn. Description: leasing, sales and consulting services Properties serviced: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 1983

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perating Engineers operate heavy equipment, such as cranes, bulldozers, graders, pavers, pile drivers backhoes and loaders.

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ocal 825 Operating Engineers (IUOE Local 825) have a new home in Wawayanda after years of planning and building. The new Local 825 Training Center and offices opened this fall and are now operational at 96 Bates Gates Road, New Hampton. “We are proud of our new facility and will put it to full use for our members,” said Local 825 Business Manager Greg Lalevee. “The New York location is intended to bring training closer to our members who live in the Hudson Valley and the northernmost counties of New Jersey.” Local 825 is headquartered in Springfield, New Jersey, and represents 7,000 operating engineers throughout New Jersey and five counties of lower New York, including Rockland, Orange, Ulster, Sullivan and Delaware. Its members operate heavy-equipment – such as cranes, bulldozers, graders, pavers, pile drivers backhoes and loaders – to execute large construction tasks and earthworks operations. The property is located along Interstate-84 and encompasses more than 70 acres, with approximately 25 acres available for training activities. Construction began in late 2016 and

Our members share concerns for conservation. It bothers us that up to 130 million gallons of New Jersey’s drinking water are wasted every day due to aging underground pipes.

WE PROMOTE CONSERVATION. Local 825 Operating Engineers are trained to install water infrastructure efficiently and without impacting the environment. In New York, we are part of a team that will save 138 million gallons of drinking water every day, delivering clean water to millions of homes throughout the region. We believe in conservation and renewal that will only come with a commitment to infrastructure upgrades, before a serious or prolonged water shortage forces us to act.

ON TIME. ON BUDGET. ON TARGET. Developers and contractors turn to Local 825 Operating Engineers to get big things done safely, on time and on budget. Our members are experienced, licensed, credentialed and ready to work, day one.

International Union of Operating Engineers

LOCAL 825

Greg Lalevee, Business Manager

BETTER BUILDING BEGINS HERE WWW.IUOE825.ORG

Local 828, page 19

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A prominent leader in real estate development and construction in the Northeast, The Cappelli Organization has a proven 30-year track record of excellence. Centrally located in Westchester County, NY, the company has successfully completed over 10 Million SF of mixed use, retail, waterfront, residential, hotel, restaurants, office, industrial, laboratory and parking facilities, representing a value in excess of $3 Billion. The company’s current development and construction pipeline in New York and Connecticut represents 3.4 Million SF with a value of more than $1.1 Billion. The Cappelli Organization and its wholly owned subsidiaries, Fuller Development Company and LRC Construction LLC, offer a fully vertical development and construction team with a staff of proven professionals covering every discipline of development and construction including: Architects, Engineers, Estimators, Construction Services, Finance, Scheduling and Cost Control, Project Management and Supervision, Quality Control, as well as Residential Sales, Leasing and Property Management. The Company is also capable of self-performing excavation, high-rise concrete and curtain wall. Personalized involvement, attention to detail, creativity, concern for scheduling, safety, quality control and cost containment are all essential components of a winning development and are the hallmarks of The Cappelli Organization philosophy.

March 2018 Construction Completions

Atlantic Station: $100M, 325 luxury rental units

55 Bank Street: $125M, 280 luxury rental units


Current Developments

Ritz Carlton North Hills: $140M, 124 luxury condominium units

Previous Developments

Trump Park Stamford: $150M, 400,000 SF luxury condominium

Trump Plaza New Rochelle: $125M, 365,000 SF luxury condominium

Renaissance Square: $800M, 1.5M SF mixed-use complex

189 Main Street: $2.5M, 7,500 SF restaurant

City Center: $600M, 700,000 SF retail and entertainment center

New Roc City: 1.2M SF state-of-the-art entertainment complex


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CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD

107 Elm St., 4 Stamford Plaza, Eighth floor, Stamford 06902 Phone: 203-326-5800 7 Renaissance Square, Fifth floor, White Plains 10601 Phone: 914-997-9391 Website: cushwake.com Top executive(s): John Santora, vice chairman, president, New York tristate region; James Fagan, senior managing director, Stamford office; and Craig Ruoff and Matthew Lisk, senior directors, Westchester office Licensed agents and/or brokers: approximately 30, Fairfield office; and 35, Westchester office Areas: Fairfield and Westchester counties Description: specializes in new homes and land services; also provides Properties serviced: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 1917

THE DAGAR GROUP LTD.

2 Summit Court, Suite 203, Fishkill, N.Y. 12524 Phone: 845-896-0330 Website: dagargroup.com Top executive(s): David Livshin, president and CEO Licensed agents and/or brokers: three Areas: Hudson Valley and northern Fairfield County Description: consulting, development, leasing, property management and sales Properties serviced: office and retail Year established: 1988

DAVID ADAM REALTY INC.

28 Church Lane, Westport, Conn. 06880 Phone: 203-221-8148 Website: davidadamrealty.com Top executive(s): David A. Waldman, president and founder Licensed agents and/or brokers: eight Area served: New York metropolitan Description: leasing, investment sales and property investment and development Properties serviced: industrial, land, office and retail Year established: 1991

DELMHORST & SHEEHAN INC.

695 E. Main St., Stamford, Conn. 06901 Phone: 203-323-5200 Website: delmhorst-sheehan.com Top executive(s): Arthur M. Delmhorst and John E. Sheehan, principals Licensed agents and/or brokers: two agents Areas: Fairfield and Westchester counties Description: real estate acquisition, sales, valuation, leasing, strategic counseling, portfolio analysis and financing Properties serviced: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 1991

DIAMOND PROPERTIES LLC

333 N. Bedford Road, Mount Kisco, N.Y. 10549 Phone: 914-773-6249 Website: diamondproperties.com // dpmgt.com Top executive(s): Jim Diamond, CEO Licensed agents and/or brokers: one broker/agent Areas: New York, Connecticut and Ohio Description: property management, market repositioning and capital upgrades Properties serviced: office, retail, industrial and land Year established: 1993

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DVB COMMERCIAL REALTY LLC

16 River St., Norwalk, Conn. 06850 Phone: 203-855-8050 Website: dvbrealty.com Top executive(s): John Zervos and Bob Virgulak, principals Licensed agents and/or brokers: three agents Areas: Fairfield County Description: marketing, sales and leasing Properties serviced: office and retail Year established: 1992

EMPIRE STATE REALTY TRUST

Metro Center, 1 Station Place, Stamford, Conn. 06902 Phone: 203-353-5200 Website: empirestaterealtytrust.com Top executive(s): Jeffrey H. Newman, senior vice president Licensed agents and/or brokers: more than 100 Areas: Westchester and Fairfield counties and New York City Description: accounting, asset management, finance, construction, leasing and marketing, legal and property management Properties serviced: office and retail Year established: 1934

EPN REAL ESTATE SERVICES INC.

427 Bedford Road, Pleasantville, N.Y. 10570 Phone: 914-747-1099 Website: 427bedfordroad.com Top executive(s): Peter Stolatis, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: two agents Areas: Westchester County Description: consulting, leasing, property management and sales Properties serviced: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 1983

FISCHER REAL ESTATE INC.

236 Boston Post Road, Orange, Conn. 06477 Phone: 203-795-5554 Website: fischercom.com Top executive(s): Alan Fischer, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: four agents Areas: Fairfield and New Haven counties Description: consulting, leasing and sales Properties serviced: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 1976

GHP OFFICE REALTY

4 W. Red Oak Lane, Suite 200, White Plains, N.Y. 10604 Phone: 914-642-9300 Website: ghpoffice.com Top executive(s): Andrew Greenspan, James J. Houlihan, principles Licensed agents and/or brokers: six agents Areas: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and nationwide Description: construction management, leasing, property management and sales; firm also handles flex warehouse for properties serviced Properties serviced: office, retail, industrial land and multifamily Year established: 1999

GOLDSCHMIDT & ASSOCIATES

1 Chase Road, Scarsdale, N.Y. 10583 Phone: 914-723-1616 Website: ga-re.com Top executive(s): Eric Goldschmidt and Pam Bred Goldschmidt, co-founders and co-owners Licensed agents and/or brokers: eight agents Areas: Westchester, Rockland, Dutchess and Orange counties; New York City; and Fairfield and New Haven counties Description: consulting, development, leasing, property management and sales Properties serviced: office, retail, multifamily industrial and land Year established: 1991

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GOLDSTEIN & ASSOCIATES REALTY INC.

235 Main St., Suite 319, White Plains, N.Y. 10601 Phone: 914-421-0444 Website: allcommercialspaces.com Top executive(s): Richard Goldstein, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: three agents Areas: Elmsford, Harrison, Hartsdale, Hawthorne, Mamaroneck, New Rochelle, Port Chester, Tarrytown, White Plains and Yonkers, N.Y.; Greenwich and Stamford, Conn. Description: tenant and landlord representation, sales, relocations, lease renewals, expansions, and disposition of space and land assemblage Properties serviced: industrial, land, office and retail Year established: 1995

GOODFELLOW COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

7 Old Sherman Turnpike, Suite 207, Danbury, Conn. 06810 Phone: 203-744-7025 Website: goodfellows.com Top executive(s): Todd Payne, president and owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: eight Areas: Fairfield and Litchfield counties and Westchester and Putnam counties Description: consulting, leasing, property management and sales Properties serviced: industrial, multifamily and retail Year established: 1934

GREINER-MALTZ REALTY SERVICES

800 Westchester Ave., Suite 638, Rye Brook, N.Y. 10573 Phone: 914-821-5050, 203-786-5050 and 718-786-5050 Website: greiner-maltz.com Top executive(s): Jim Maltz, Tom Attivissimo, Ayall Schanzer, Sharon Levy, Ray Musalo, and Swain Winer, principals Licensed agents and/or brokers: eight agents Areas: New York metropolitan area Description: appraisals, consultation, negotiation representation, industrial and office park development, property management and space analysis Properties serviced: industrial, office and retail Year established: 1953

HARBORVIEW PROPERTIES

2406 Boston Post Road, Larchmont, N.Y. 10538 Phone: 914-834-8200 Website: hvp.com Top executive(s): Dale Kaufteil, principal Licensed agents and/or brokers: six agents Areas: tristate area Description: commercial property ownership, leasing and sales Properties serviced: multifamily, office, industrial and retail Year established: 1991

HARBOUR COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE INC.

80 Business Park Drive, Suite 102, Armonk, N.Y. 10504 Phone: 914-273-1717, 914-273-5934 Website: NA Top executive(s): Ken Harbour and Paul Kramer, principals Licensed agents and/or brokers: one agent, one broker Areas: Westchester County Description: consulting, leasing and sales Properties serviced: office, retail, industrial and land Year established: 1990

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BOYCE THOMPSON CENTER WELCOMES NEW RETAIL TENANTS TO ITS ROSTER Mixed-Use Center in Yonkers is More Than 90 Percent Leased

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he Boyce Thompson Center, an innovative 85,000- square-foot mixed-use center in northwest Yonkers, is welcoming new retail tenants to its already stellar roster bringing the center to more than 90 percent leased. Among the new retail tenants at the center is Starbucks Coffee, which recently opened on the plaza level in the south wing of the center’s historic 1086 North Broadway building. Opening soon on the plaza level is ISO, a Japanese sushi restaurant, which is leasing 2,580 square feet. The restaurant will feature a sushi bar and total seating capacity for more than 80 patrons. Also coming soon to the center is Executive Wine & Spirits. “Retail leasing activity at the Boyce Thompson Center has exceeded our expectations. We are particularly pleased that Starbucks Coffee has opened, an exciting addition that will serve as a destination point for area businesses and the general public,” said Joanna Simone, vice president of leasing and property management operations for Simone Development Companies. Other retail tenants at the 85,000-squarefoot mixed-use center include Fortina, The Taco Project, Tompkins Mahopac Bank, PLUSHBLOW Salon and Ultimate Spectacle. Major health care tenants at the Boyce Thompson Center include St. John’s Riverside Hospital, that occupies a new two-level, 15,000-square-foot freestanding building for outpatient care and physician offices; and WESTMED Medical Group, that has leased a

new 20,000-square-foot addition constructed at the south end of the main building. Other health care tenants include ColumbiaDoctors, Riverside Dental Health, Westchester Gastroenterology, Juvanni Med Spa and Family Wellness Pharmacy. For more information about the Boyce Thompson Center, visit www.boycethompsoncenter.com.

ABOUT SIMONE DEVELOPMENT COMPANIES Simone Development Companies is a full-service real estate investment company Boyce Thompson Center, page 19

WESTCHESTER’S PREMIER

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› Now Leasing Medical Space 3000–3040 Westchester Ave • Purchase, NY › Custom-built, state-of-the-art medical suites available starting from 1,000 SF On-site café, fitness center and beautifully landscaped courtyard

› Only medical campus with direct east/ west access to Westchester Avenue Highly visible, easily accessible location off I-287

Abundant free parking for employees and patients

Convenient to I-287, I-95, I-684 and Hutchinson River and Merritt Parkways

Newly renovated lobbies and exterior facades

In the heart of Westchester’s “Medical Mile”

Patient drop-off areas

Home to more than 20 medical practices including Westmed Medical Group’s headquarters

› For leasing information contact:

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HASTINGS COMMERCAL REAL ESTATE

245 Main St., Westport, Conn. 06880 Phone: 203-226-8325 Website: johndhastings.com Top executive(s): Peter Hastings Sr. and Christopher Maglione, owners Licensed agents and/or brokers: five agents Areas: Darien, Fairfield, Greenwich, Norwalk, Shelton, Stamford, Stratford, Trumbull, Westport and Wilton Description: appraisal, consulting, leasing, property management and sales Properties serviced: industrial, land, office, multifamily and retail Year established: 1948

HERITAGE REALTY SERVICES LLC

67 Irving Place, New York, N.Y. 10003 Phone: 212-674-2556 Website: heritagerealtyservices.com Top executive(s): George Constantin, president and CEO Licensed agents and/or brokers: three agents Areas: Westchester County and New York City Description: acquisition and finance, design and construction management, property management, advisory services and leasing Properties serviced: office and retail Year established: 2005

HK GROUP

253 Riverside Ave., Westport, Conn. 06880 Phone: 203-454-8700 Website: hkgrp.com Top executive(s): Matthew F. Keefe, president Licensed agents and/or brokers: seven brokers, seven agents Areas: Westchester and Fairfield counties Description: sales, leasing and investment sales Properties serviced: industrial, land, office and retail Year established: 1989

HOULIHAN LAWRENCE COMMERCIAL GROUP

800 Westchester Ave., Rye Brook, N.Y. 10573 Phone: 914-220-4411 Website: houlihanlawrence.com Top executive(s): Thomas LaPerch, Steven Salomene, and Garry Klein, principals Licensed agents and/or brokers: 33 agents Areas: Westchester, Dutchess, Putnam, Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Bronx counties and Queen and Staten Island and Fairfield County, Conn. Description: office and industrial leasing, retail leasing, land acquisition and development, investment opportunities, municipal approvals and affiliate services Properties serviced: office, retail, industrial, land and multifamily Year established: 2012

JONES LANG LASALLE AMERICAS

MARCUS & MILLICHAP

KATTER PROPERTY COMPANY INC.

MARTIN CASELLI REAL ESTATE LLC

100 First Stamford Place, Suite 201, Stamford, Conn. 06902 Phone: 203-705-2220 Website: us.joneslanglasalle.com/ct-westchester Top executive(s): Robert Ageloff, market director, Connecticut/Westchester, and international director; and Don Bucci, managing director, Connecticut office Licensed agents and/or brokers: NA Areas: Fairfield and Westchester counties and the Hudson Valley Description: consulting, leasing, project and development services, property management and sales Properties serviced: industrial, land and office Year established: 1899

180 S. Broadway, White Plains, N.Y. 10605 Phone: 914-287-0033 Website: katterproperties.weebly.com Top executive(s): Roy Katter, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: two Areas: Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties Description: provides services directly to tenants and landlords marketing office, retail and industrial spaces, consulting services to investors and sellers and leasees/leasors Properties Description: office, retail, industrial, land and multifamily Year established: 1985

KW COMMERCIAL

(Division of Keller Williams Realty) 120 Bloomingdale Road, Suite 101, White Plains, N.Y. 10605 Phone: 914-361-9487 Website: kwcommercial.com Top executives: Tony Mazzulli, James Riina, and Marash Palusevic Licensed agents and/or brokers: three brokers Areas: Westchester County Description: real estate investment sales, owner and landlord representation and buyer and tenant representation Properties serviced: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 2008

LARRY KATZ COMMERCIAL REALTY

71 East Ave., Norwalk, Conn. 06851 Phone: 203-853-4777 Website: larrykatzrealty.com Top executive(s): Larry Katz, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: one broker/agent Areas: Fairfield County Description: leasing and sales Properties: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 2004

HOULIHAN-PARNES REALTORS

LAURENCE LONDON & COMPANY LLC

HOWARD PROPERTIES LTD.

MANSFIELD COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

4 W. Red Oak Lane, White Plains, N.Y. 10604 Phone: 914-694-6070 Website: houlihanparnes.com Top executive(s): James Houlihan, partner Licensed agents and/or brokers: 17 agents Areas: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and nationwide Description: consulting, leasing, property management, finance and sales Properties serviced: office, retail, industrial, land and multifamily Year established: 1891

3 Barker Ave., White Plains, N.Y. 10601 Phone: 914-997-0300 Website: howprop.com Top executive(s): Howard E. Greenberg, owner and founder Licensed agents and/or brokers: one Areas: national and international, including Westchester and Fairfield counties Description: consulting, leasing and sales Properties serviced: office, retail, industrial and land Year established: 1998

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333 Westchester Ave., White Plains, N.Y. 10604 Phone: 914-922-2323 Website: londonllc.com Top executive(s): Laurence London, principal Licensed agents and/or brokers: one broker/agent Areas: Westchester, Dutchess and Putnam counties, lower Fairfield County, Long Island, Manhattan and the boroughs Description: tenant and landlord representation Properties serviced: office, retail, industrial, and land Year established: 2013

50 Main St., Suite 925, White Plains, N.Y. 10606 Phone: 914-220-9730 Website: marcusmillichap.com Top executive(s): John Kruger, regional manager, Manhattan and Westchester County Licensed agents and/or brokers: 11 agents Description: real estate investment sales, research information, advisory services and financing Areas: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and tristate region Properties serviced: retail, single tenant (not lease), self-storage, senior housing, manufactured homes, hospitality and special assets Year established: 2012

2874 Main St., Suite 2A, Stratford, Conn. 06614 Phone: 203-380-8762 Website: martinrealestate.org Top executive(s): Raymond Martin, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: four agents Areas: Fairfield County Description: property management, leasing, sales and consulting Properties serviced: industrial, land, multifamily, retail and office Year established: 2006

MCCARTHY ASSOCIATES

170 Hamilton Ave., White Plains, N.Y. 10601 Phone: 914-948-8900 Website: mcoc.com Top executive(s): John R. McCarthy, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: five agents Areas: Fairfield and Westchester counties and New York City Description: consulting, office leasing and sales Properties serviced: office and land Year established: 1990

NAI SIGNATURE GROUP

3 Parklands Drive, Darien, Conn. 06820 Phone: 914-655-1414 Website: naisignaturegroup.com Top executive(s): Bob Gillon, president Licensed agents and/or brokers: NA Areas: Fairfield and New Haven counties and Westchester counties Description: leasing, tenant representation, property management and financing Properties serviced: industrial, office and retail Year established: 1970

NATIONAL RESOURCES

485 W. Putnam Ave., Greenwich, Conn. 06830 Phone: 203-661-0055 Website: nationalresources.com Top executive(s): Joseph Cotter, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: NA Areas: greater New York City metropolitan area, including New York state, New Jersey and Connecticut Description: leasing, sales and property management Properties serviced: industrial, land, office and retail Year established: 1993

218 Greenwich Ave., Goshen, N.Y. 10924 Phone: 845-294-1000 Website: mansfieldcommercial.com Top executive(s): Elisabeth Mansfield, president and founder Licensed agents and/or brokers: one Areas: Orange County Description: leasing and sales Properties serviced: industrial, land, office and retail Year established: 1997

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Michael McCall 203.325.5321 michael.mccall@cbre.com

William V. Cuddy, Jr. 203.325.5380 william.cuddy@cbre.com

Jacqueline Novotny 203.352.8919 jacqueline.novotny@cbre.com

Brian Carcaterra 203.352.8903 brian.carcaterra@cbre.com

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NEW ENGLAND LAND COMPANY LTD.

PERLMUTTER PROPERTIES INC.

NEW YORK COMMERCIAL REALTY GROUP LLC

PLATZNER INTERNATIONAL GROUP LTD.

135 E. Putnam Ave., Greenwich, Conn. 06830 Phone: 203-661-6004 Website: newenglandland.com Top executive(s): Jesse “Sam� F. Sammis III, owner and founder Licensed agents and/or broker: two Areas: Greenwich and Stamford, Conn.; Rye and White Plains, N.Y. Description: leasing brokerage, property sales, development and investment and property management Properties serviced: industrial, land, office and retail Year established: 1971

500 Mamaroneck Ave., Suite 320, Harrison, N.Y. 10528 Phone: 914-287-6410 Website: nycrgroup.com Top executive(s): Michael Rao, president Licensed agents and/or brokers: three agents Areas: Bronx, Rockland and Westchester counties Description: leasing and sales Properties serviced: office, retail and industrial Year established: 2005

NEWMARK GRUBB KNIGHT FRANK

680 Washington Blvd., Eighth floor, Stamford, Conn. 06901 Phone: 203-531-3600 800 Westchester Ave., Suite 706, Rye Brook, N.Y. 10573 Phone: 914-881-1024 Website: ngkf.com Top executive(s): Michael Cottle, executive vice president and regional manager, and James H. Ritman, executive vice president and managing director Licensed agents and/or brokers: 20 in Fairfield County, five in Westchester County Areas: Fairfield and Westchester counties Description: property management, leasing, sales, consulting and appraisal Properties serviced: land, retail, industrial, office and multifamily Year established: 1929

NORMANDY REAL ESTATE PARTNERS

The Exchange, 701 Westchester Ave., White Plains, N.Y. 10604 Phone: 914-988-1100 Website: normandyrealty.com Top executive(s): Gavin Evans, Susan Gately and Giorglios Vlamis, partners Licensed agents and/or brokers: 20 agents Areas: Westchester and Fairfield counties Description: construction, development, leasing and property management Properties serviced: office, retail, land, industrial and multifamily Year established: 2002

NORTHEAST REALTY GROUP LLC

2 William St., Suite 410, White Plains, N.Y. 10601 Phone: 914-984-5050 Website: nerealtygroup.com Top executive(s): David W. Post, president and CEO Licensed agents and/or brokers: NA Areas: New York tristate areas, including Connecticut, New Jersey, Manhattan and Westchester counties Description: strategy and consulting, market analysis, brokerage, project management and portfolio management Properties serviced: industrial and office Year established: 1998

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4 W. Red Oak Lane, Suite 105, White Plains, N.Y. 10604 Phone: 914-686-8900 Website: perlmutterproperties.com Top executive(s): David Perlmutter Licensed agents and/or brokers: five agents Areas: Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Orange and Dutchess counties and Bergen and Essex counties, N.J. Description: landlord and tenant representation Properties: office, retail and industrial Year established: 1989

309 North Ave., New Rochelle, N.Y. 10801 Phone: 914-235-7770 Website: platznerinternational.com Top executive(s): Harrin K. Platzner, division coordinator Licensed agents and/or brokers: two Areas: Westchester County, five boroughs of New York City and Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan and Dutchess counties Description: consulting, leasing, property management and sales Properties: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 1940

PLI MANAGEMENT

(A division of Prime Locations Inc.) 733 Yonkers Ave., Yonkers, N.Y. 10704 Phone: 914-963-7400 Website: plimanagement.com Top executive(s): Lloyd J. Amster, founder and CEO, and David J Amster, president Licensed agents and/or brokers: 14 Areas: Westchester County and surrounding areas Properties serviced: apartments, land, office and retail Year established: 1988

PRINCETON REALTY

75 Virginia Road, Second floor, White Plains, N.Y. 10603 Phone: 914-747-5000 Website: princetonrealtygroup.com Top executive(s): Todd Albright, principal Licensed agents and/or brokers: N/A Areas: New York metropolitan area Description: headquarters relocation, tenant representation, warehousing, lease structuring, and property management Properties serviced: office, industrial, land and retail Year established: 2001

PYRAMID REAL ESTATE GROUP

20 Summer St., Suite 3-1, Stamford 06901 Phone: 914-348-8566 Website: pyramidgroup.com Top executive(s): Michael Gray, founder and broker; and Peter Gray, coowner and president Licensed agents and/or brokers: 22 agents Areas: lower Fairfield County Description: consulting, leasing, property management and sales Properties serviced: industrial, land, office and retail Year established: 1972

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RAKOW COMMERCIAL REALTY GROUP

6 Landmark Square, Stamford, Conn. 06901 Phone: 203-359-5703, ext. 10 10 New King St., Suite 212, White Plains, N.Y. 10604 Phone: 914-422-0100, ext. 10 Website: rakowgroup.com Top executive(s): Rick Rakow, commercial real estate broker, president and CEO Licensed agents and/or brokers: 12 agents Areas: Fairfield and Westchester counties and beyond Description: representing tenants, landlords and investors Properties serviced: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 1985

RAND COMMERCIAL SERVICES

268 Main St., Suite B. New City, N.Y. 10956 Phone: 845-770-1205 Website: randcommercial.com Top executive(s): Marsha Rand, CEO Licensed agents and/or brokers: 58 agents Areas: Westchester, Rockland and Orange counties and New Jersey Description: expertise in commercial real estate development, land sales, condo conversion, investment and corporate relocation Properties serviced: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 1980

RAND REAL ESTATE SERVICES INC.

265 Post Road West, Westport, Conn. 06880 Phone: 914-226-8727 Website: randrealestate.com Top executive(s): Jim Randel, president and CEO, and DJ Smith, vice president Licensed agents and/or brokers: six agents Areas: Connecticut, New York City and Miami Description: consulting, leasing, property management and sales Properties serviced: office, retail, industrial, land and multifamily Year established: 1980

RECKSON

(A division of SL Green Realty Corp.) 1 Landmark Square, Stamford, Conn. 06901 Phone: 203-363-2500 4 International Drive, Suite 110, Rye Brook, N.Y. 10573 Phone: 914-750-7200 Website: slgreen.com Top executive(s): John Barnes, senior vice president, marketing and director, suburban division Licensed agents and/or brokers: three agents Areas: Westchester and Fairfield counties Description: leasing, property management, construction and architecture Properties serviced: land, office and retail Year established: 1997

RHYS

9 W. Broad St., Third floor, Stamford, Conn. 06902 Phone: 203-274-9800 Website: rhysre.com Top executive(s): Cory R. Gubner, founder, president and CEO Licensed agents and/or brokers: 11 agents Areas: Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island Description: agency leasing, investment sales tenant representation, retail planning and consulting Properties serviced: office, retail, land, industrial and multifamily Year established: 2009

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287 Bowman Avenue • Purchase, New York

Direct access from Exit 10 of I-287, minutes from Westchester County Airport, and Metro-North trains. Excellent regional access, one mile from I-684 and I-95.

PREBUILT SUITES AVAILABLE 1,400 SQ. FT. UP TO 17,000 SQ. FT. • 24-hour keycard access • Tenant only fitness center

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Car wash and detailing Semi-annual electronic recycling Recent elevator upgrade On-site management Build-to-suit

FOR LEASING INFORMATION OR TO SCHEDULE A PROPERTY TOUR, CONTACT

William V. Cuddy, Jr. +1 203 325 5380 / william.cuddy@cbre.com Jacqueline Novotny +1 203 352 8919 / jacqueline.novotny@cbre.com

Exclusive Leasing Agent

Riverview at Purchase +1 914 253 9332 / www.riverviewatpurchase.com

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RM FRIEDLAND

440 Mamaroneck Ave., Suite 405, Harrison, N.Y. 10528 Phone: 914-968-8500 Website: friedlandrealty.com Top executive(s): Sarah Jones-Maturo, president Licensed agents and/or brokers: 20 agents Areas: Westchester, Putnam and Bronx counties and Fairfield County Description: acquiring, development and managing investment properties Properties serviced: office, retail, industrial, land and multifamily Year established: 1970

RMS COMPANIES

1 Landmark Square, Stamford, Conn. 06907 Phone: 203-968-2313 Website: rms-companies.com Top executive(s): Randall Salvatore, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: four agents Areas: Stamford, Norwalk, Bethel and Danbury, Conn. Description: consulting, leasing, property management and sales Properties serviced: multifamily and office Year established: 1995

ROBERT MARTIN CO. LLC

100 Clearbrook Road, Elmsford, N.Y. 10523 Phone: 914-345-5650 Website: robertmartincompany.com Top executive(s): Robert F. Weinberg, co-founder Licensed agents and/or brokers: NA Areas: Westchester County Services; acquiring, developing and managing investment properties Properties serviced: industrial, office, land, retail and multifamily Year established: 1957

ROYAL PROPERTIES INC.

850 Bronx River Road, Bronxville, N.Y. 10708 Phone: 914-237-2403 Website: royalpropertiesinc.com Top executive(s): David L. Landes, partner, and Jeff Kintzer, partner Licensed agents and/or brokers: seven agents Areas: New York, New Jersey and Connecticut Description: consulting, leasing, property management and sales Properties serviced: office, retail and land Year established: 1993

SAUGATUCK COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE LLC

9 Burr Road, Westport, Conn. 06880 Phone: 203-222-4190 Website: saugatuckcommercial.com Top executive(s): Penny P. Wickey, principal Licensed agents and/or brokers: six agents Areas: New York state and New England Description: represents tenants, landlords, developers and investors in leasing, sales and investments Properties serviced: industrial, land, office and retail Year established: 2004

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SCHATZ REALTY GROUP

109 Croton Ave., Ossining, N.Y. 10562 Phone: 914-502-2215 Website: schatzrealtors.com Top executive(s): Albert Schatz, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: four agents Areas: Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland and Westchester counties Description: consulting, leasing, sales Properties serviced: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 1960

SILVERMAN REALTY GROUP INC.

237 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains, N.Y. 10605 Phone: 914-683-8000 Website: silvermanrealty.com Top executive(s): Leon Silverman, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers; NA Areas: New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts Description: property management and leasing Properties serviced: office, retail and industrial Year established: 1985

THE SOUTHPOINT GROUP LLC

1 Sellect St., Third floor, Norwalk, Conn. 06855 Phone: 203-307-0785 Website: thesouthpointgroup.com Top executive(s): David A. Flayhan, president Licensed agents and/or brokers: eight agents Areas: Fairfield, New Haven and Westchester counties Properties serviced: firm also has an in-house commercial mortgage brokerage division Properties serviced: land, industrial, office and retail Year established: 2011

T SQUARE PROPERTIES INC.

56 Lafayette Ave., White Plains, N.Y. 10603 Phone: 914-328-7511 Website: tsquareproperties.com Top executive(s): Phyllis Tunnell, president Licensed agents and/or brokers: five agents Areas: Westchester County Description: property management and brokerage services Properties serviced: land, industrial and office Year established: 1983

TAMERLAIN REALTY CORP.

TOWER REALTY CORP.

246 Federal Road, Brookfield, Conn. 06804 Phone: 203-775-5000 Website: towercorp.com Top executive(s): Daniel DiBuono, owner Licensed agents and/or brokers: six agents Areas: Greater Danbury area, Conn. Description: consulting, leasing and sales Properties serviced: industrial, land, multifamily, office and retail Year established: 1988

TRUE COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

300 Danbury Road, Suite 308, Wilton, Conn. 06897 Phone: 203-744-7777 Website: truecre.com Top executive(s): Dominick Musilli, managing partner, and Adam Zeiberg, partner Licensed agents and/or brokers: six agents Areas: Connecticut, New York and New Jersey and national markets for select clients Description: representation for retailers and property owners; real estate consulting; serves commercial real estate properties Properties serviced: land and retail Year established: 2014

VIDAL/WETTENSTEIN LLC

719 Post Road East, Westport, Conn. 06880 Phone: 203-226-7101 Website: vidalwettenstein.com Top executive(s): Randy Vidal, Bruce Wettenstein, Robert Lewis, David Fugitt and Scott Zakos, partners Licensed agents and/or brokers: five agents Areas: Fairfield and New Haven counties Description: consulting, leasing and sales Properties serviced: industrial, land, office and retail Year established: 1968

WFL REAL ESTATE SERVICES LLC

162 East Ave., Suite 1A, Norwalk, Conn. 06851 Phone: 203-604-1390 Website: wflrealestate.com Top local executive(s): William Leopold, principal, president and founder Licensed agents and/or brokers: four agents Areas: Fairfield, New Haven and Westchester counties Description: specializes in facility management by providing on-site personnel if needed Properties serviced: industrial, multifamily and retail Year established: 1998

629 Fifth Ave., No. 219, Pelham, N.Y. 10803 Phone: 914-637-0800 Website: tamerlainrealty.com Top executive(s): Steven Kane, Bernard Stachel and Philip Tulotta, partners Licensed agents and/or brokers: seven agents Areas: Westchester County Description: commercial, property, leasing and sales Properties serviced: industrial, retail, land and office Year established: 1971

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The new training complex at 96 Bates Gates Road, New Hampton, is now training apprentices, journeymen and women operating engineers of IUOE Local 825.

LOCAL 825 — From page 9

continued through 2017. The complex includes a main building, which houses union offices, dispatch services and business agents. There are training classrooms, a shop and break room for apprentices, journeymen and women. A separate field office

Members inspect the shop and a new spider crane on hand for training classes.

is available for use by instructors who work outside and there is a container complex on the property to store supplies for the equipment. The new training center complex opened its doors for inspection in the fall, allowing members and their families to tour and become acquainted with the state-of-the-art facility. More than 100 attended and also took part in a festive opening celebration. Since opening, the facility has been used to

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Norwalk’s Galerie Sono views the art scene through a distinctive prism BY PHIL HALL phall@westfairin.com

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s a rule, Claude Villani never gets any business at his Galerie Sono from pedestrians who stop and ponder the art on display in the windows of his Norwalk exhibition venue. But there was a memorable exception. “It happened one time,” said Villani, laughing at the recollection. “A guy saw a $25,000 Anne Packard painting and he said, ‘I’ll take that one in the window.’” And not unlike the deep-pocketed pedestrian, Villani’s presence in the Fairfield County art scene could be seen as something of an exception to the longstanding rule of what sells.

“When I opened in 1999, I had a number of friends who had galleries in Greenwich and New Canaan and Westport, and a lot of it was traditional art,” he continued. “It is what I used to say was ‘the dog with the pheasant in its mouth’ paintings. And I said that I was going to focus on contemporary art and they said, ‘Good luck with that in Connecticut.’” Housed within a 6,000-square-foot space at 123 Washington St. in the heart of Norwalk’s SoNo district, the gallery is an airy, brightly illuminated venue that accommodates the works of 10 to 14 artists at a time. Villani is particular about whose work gets displayed. “To be in this gallery requires being in similar

galleries across the country and world, and in museums,” he explained. “We don’t do much with local artists. Not that we don’t support local artists, but we are collector-driven and they want artists who are investment-ready.” Galerie Sono also requires geographic exclusivity of its artists with radius clauses in their contracts. “If we carry Hunt Slonem, he’s not going to show nearby,” Villani said. Galerie Sono is now exhibiting works by Dennis Sheehan, Craig Mooney, Carmelo Blandino, Helen Zarin and Onyeka Ibe, and a reception celebrating Slonem’s work is scheduled for March 24. Max Becker III, the gallery’s director, observed that the venue was more interested in

Galerie Sono owner Claude Villani. Photos by Phil Hall.

We have a nice variety of imagery, more representational as opposed to abstract . . . dictated by what we perceive to be the taste of the marketplace. — Max Becker III

responding to customer preferences than forcing trends on its audience. “We have a nice variety of imagery, more representational as opposed to abstract, but that is dictated primarily on what we perceive to be the taste of the marketplace,” he said. Villani, who operated galleries in The Hamptons and New Jersey’s Somerset County before coming to Connecticut (and who also runs the SoNo Recording Group music label as a second business), culls his client base from a tristate pool of private collectors that he describes as a “virtual who’s who of celebrities and high-profile financial people.” But unlike the aforementioned impulse buyer who liked what he saw in the window, Galerie Sono works patiently to match the buyer with the right art piece. “One of the most important elements of the process is to educate the customer,” said Becker. “We want to find the proper space for a painting in

the customer’s home. To finalize the transaction, we bring the painting to the customer’s home to see the painting in the space.” While Galerie Sono offers Instagram views of its exhibits, Villani is not convinced that social media is the right place for choosing art. “I don’t think that I can buy a piece of art that I can’t see (in person),” he said. “It’s like buying a car or a home — you have to see it and experience it.” In an age when digital messaging reigns, he still relies on old-fashioned direct mail. “We find direct mail is the best way to do it,” he added. “You get a card that comes in the mail that is beautiful and with all of the information on it. And we find a lot of people keep them and put them on their refrigerators.” The gallery prices its works based on the persquare-inch measurements of each piece and the artist’s visibility in the marketplace, and its fee structure is a graduated scale depending on the artist’s reputation. While declining to offer specific revenue data, Villani pointed to his longevity in business as evidence of a successful operation. “We have sold paintings for upwards of hundreds of thousands of dollars,” he said, adding that the gallery will also buy back paintings that it sold years ago to customers who are now seeking to update their collections. As for his competition in the region’s art world, Villani shrugged. “Today, it seems a lot have fallen away,” he said. “I don’t even know who has a gallery out there right now.”

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Bridgeport’s Beardsley Zoo saves rare species while seeking increased attendance BY PHIL HALL phall@westfairin.com

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regg Dancho finds himself at a curious crossroad. As director of Bridgeport’s Beardsley Zoo, he coordinated the institution’s 95th anniversary celebrations last year and he recently received a flurry of media attention for the back-toback births of some of the zoo’s rarest residents. At the same time, he has been stymied in trying to bring the zoo to a higher level of animal presentation. “As zoo professionals, we want to see these removed,” he said, pointing to the black barred enclosures that house some of the animals for outside exhibition. “The habitats here are not something I want to see here and we will be removing them.” However, that offers yet another challenge: financing the construction of modernized exhibits. The Beardsley Zoo operates on an annual budget of roughly $5 million, with sourcing evenly divided between earned revenue, philanthropic entities and a mix of city and state government support. Connecticut’s fiscal problems have limited Hartford’s largesse, and corporate support has dwindled in recent years. “We’re as close to a pure nonprofit as we can possibly be,” Dancho added. The 22-acre Bridgeport institution, which is run by the Connecticut Zoological Society, bills itself as “Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo” and attracts 300,000 visitors per year. It has become a popular site for birthday parties and weddings, and Dancho even envisions bringing corporate events to the site. However, competition remains an issue as myriad attractions compete for the leisure time and funds of Connecticut families.

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“The Bronx Zoo has been the quintessential zoo trip — I went to the Bronx Zoo when I was in grammar school when I grew up in Stratford,” acknowledged Dancho, who also mentioned Rhode Island’s Roger Williams Zoo as luring visitors from Eastern Connecticut that he’d love to bring in. “If I don’t have people coming to the zoo, we won’t have the resources to continue what we’re doing.” Nonetheless, Dancho and his zoo have earned praise for their important work in the preservation of rare species. “The zoo is a member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), and we’ve been accredited for 25 years,” he continued. “Being an accredited member of AZA, one of the main goals and objectives of our facility is conservation. We work with endangered species as much as we can.” In December, the zoo reported births of animals that have nearly vanished from the wild: three pups born to the South American maned wolves — which, despite the name, is not a wolf but a unique canid species in the genus Chrysocyon — and twin cubs born to the Amur tigers that are native to Siberia. (The cubs’ mother rejected her offspring after birth, requiring the zoo’s staff to take on extra duties as surrogate parents until they are ready to be on public display.) More zoo births are planned: Dancho recently brought in mates for two of the zoo’s most eligible bachelors, the two-toed sloth and the red panda, while its resident male Andean condor will soon leave to mate at another zoo. These animals fall within the AZA’s species survival plan (SSP) program, and there is no guarantee that they can stay as permanent residents of either the Beardsley Zoo or any other

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A golden lion tamarin, left, and tiger cubs Zeya and Reka, right, members of the critically endangered Amur species born last November, are popular attractions at the Beardsley Zoo. Photos by Shannon Calvert.

AZA member. “If there’s an SSP species in our facility, it doesn’t belong to us,” Dancho stated. “It belongs to the zoo collective. In very rare cases, we have animals here that are part of release programs and are put back in the wild.” And while Dancho would like to see an overhaul of many exhibits, the zoo is moving forward on three new enclosure projects. One will offer a new home to the red pandas, who are now housed at a center featuring animals from the South American rainforest — admittedly, a strange place to put the Himalayan species, but no other space was available. Last summer, the zoo broke ground on the enclosure, with funding provided through a $75,000 challenge grant from the Werth Family Foundation that was matched with two donations from Easton residents Bob Natt, chairman of the health care technology company Alegeus, and his wife, Helen. The zoo designed the red panda enclosure, which Dancho

We’re as close to a pure nonprofit as we can be. — Gregg Dancho

said he hoped to complete by the fall. “When you are building a habitat for the denizens here, you need to have safety for the guests, safety for the animals and a way for people to see them better and the animals have a home that feels like a habitat and not a cage,” he said. “Animal welfare is a huge component of what we do right now.” Two other exhibits, one for the spider monkeys and one for the Andean bears,

are also being prepared, and Dancho has been interviewing architects that specialize in zoo exhibit design. Dancho noted that the zoo owns 54 acres of land in the surrounding Beardsley Park, which can be used to expand the zoo “if resources becomes available.” If there is a potential game-changer for raising the zoo’s awareness and attendance, Dancho predicted, it would be the increased focus on STEM (science, technology, engi-

neering and mathematics) education. The zoo’s “zoomobile” has become an increasingly popular tool in bringing some species to classrooms and educational settings around Connecticut and New York, and the new emphasis on STEM studies has spurred an increased volume of visits by students in local schools. “We are seeing more and more school trips coming here,” Dancho observed. “Students are getting to see the things they need to see and learn about the things they need to learn. Today, school trips are not just end of the year get the kids out of the classroom mini-vacations. Now, everything is based in STEM programs.”


Facts & Figures ATTACHMENTS-FILED Kaeser, John C., Weston. Filed by Philip H. Monahan. $17,000 in favor of L. H. Gault & Sons Inc. Property: 50 Sachem Road, Weston. Filed Feb. 8.

BUILDING PERMITS COMMERCIAL A. Pappajohn Co., contractor for Merritt 7 Venture LLC. Reconfigure the elevator, lobby and corridor in an existing single-family residence at 301 Merritt 7, Norwalk. Estimated cost: $65,000. Filed Feb. 7. A.Pappajohn Co., contractor for Merritt 7 Venture LLC. Reconfigure the office space in an existing commercial space at 301 Merritt 7, Norwalk. Estimated cost: $20,000. Filed Feb. 7. Affordable Tents LLC, contractor for Bedford East Holdings LLC. Add temporary tents to the property of an existing commercial space for a special event at 175 Bedford St., Stamford. Estimated cost: $8,000. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. AP Construction, contractor for ESRT Metro Center LLC. Perform an interior fit-out in an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 429 Washington Blvd., Stamford. Estimated cost: $400,000. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Apex Projects, Ridgefield, contractor for Wilton River Park 1688 LLC. Perform alterations to an existing commercial space at 5 River Road, Wilton. Estimated cost: $124,000. Filed Feb. 9. Arnco Sign Co., contractor for Brookfield Squares of Brookfield. Add a new sign to the exterior of an existing commercial space at 270 Federal Road, Brookfield. Estimated cost undisclosed. Filed Jan. 29.

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Artz, Garald, Brookfield, contractor for E&A Brookfield LLC. Perform an interior fit-out in an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 143 Federal Road, Brookfield. Estimated cost: $3,000. Filed Jan. 31. Avidan Construction Management LLC, contractor for Jewish Community Center Inc. Construct a toilet room in the day care of an existing commercial space at 1035 Newfield Ave., Stamford. Estimated cost: $85,000. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Braydan Construction LLC, Stamford, contractor for 45 Danbury Road LLC. Perform alterations to an existing commercial space at 45 Danbury Road, Wilton. Estimated cost: $30,000. Filed Feb. 9. Cannondale Generators Inc., contractor for Colony PSH LLC. Install a new generator in an existing single-family residence at 41 Ludlow St., Stamford. Estimated cost: $35,000. Filed between Jan. 29 and Feb. 9. Carpentry Unlimited Inc., Stamford, contractor for Waterfront Office Building Limited Partnership. Remove a bar on an existing commercial space at 62 Southfield Ave., Unit UT1, Stamford. Estimated cost: $16,500. Filed between Jan. 29 and Feb. 9. Claris Construction Inc., contractor for 100 Mill Plain Investors LLC. Renovate the office in an existing commercial space at 100 Mill Plain Road, Danbury. Estimated cost: $75,000. Filed Feb. 13. Country Life Construction, contractor for 316 LLC. Perform an interior fit-out in an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 316 Federal Road, Brookfield. Estimated cost: $200,000. Filed Jan. 30. Demott, Glenn W., contractor for Hartman Fowler. Add a new sign to the exterior of an existing commercial space at 11 Brown House Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $5,000. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Design Build Consultants Inc., Greenwich, contractor for One Harbor Point Square LLC. Renovate the interior of an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 2200 Atlantic St., Unit S1, Stamford. Estimated cost: $50,000. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Dickinson, Jeffrey M., contractor for Fairfield University. Install an elevator in an existing commercial building at 1073 N. Benson Road, Fairfield. Estimated cost: $25,000. Filed Feb. 14.

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DiMarino, Frank and Philip DiMarino, Wilton, contractor for self. Perform alterations to an existing commercial space at 9 Danbury Road, Wilton. Estimated cost: $5,000. Filed Feb. 5.

Rizzo Companies Inc., Danbury, contractor for 55 Triangle LLC. Perform a tenant fit-out in an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 55 Triangle St., Danbury. Estimated cost: $170,300. Filed Feb. 15.

Gesualdi Construction Inc., contractor for TNREF III High Ridge LLC. Renovate the lobby, café and corridors in an existing commercial space at 225 High Ridge Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $296,670. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23.

Sandler Realty Inc., Stamford, contractor for self. Renovate the roofing system on an existing commercial space at 417 Shippan Ave., Stamford. Estimated cost: $63,730. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23.

Gilbane Building Co., contractor for SPUS8 750 Washington Blvd LP. Renovate the elevator lobbies in an existing commercial space at 750 Washington Blvd., Stamford. Estimated cost: $558,987. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Gilbane Building Co., contractor for SPUS8 680 Washington Blvd LP. Renovate the elevator lobbies in an existing commercial space at 680 Washington Blvd., Stamford. Estimated cost: $558,987. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Halim, Sammy, contractor for Good Fellow Properties. Add a deck to the exterior of an existing commercial space at 834 Federal Road, Brookfield. Estimated cost: $14,000. Filed Jan. 29. Haynes Construction Co., contractor for Mutual Housing Associates. Construct a new multifamily residence at 208 Fairfield Ave., Unit 7, Stamford. Estimated cost: $573,000. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Herberth, Rina, contractor for Joseph DaSilva. Renovate the nail salon at 161 Main St., Danbury. Estimated cost: $7,500. Filed Feb. 15. Mazza, Robert, et al., Stamford, contractor for self. Remove the tub in an existing commercial space at 60 Strawberry Hill Ave., Unit 14, Stamford. Estimated cost: $6,000. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Olympic Construction LLC, contractor for UB High Ridge SPE LLC. Perform an interior fit-out in an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 1101 High Ridge Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $172,460. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Paragon Management Group, Wilton, contractor for self. Perform alterations to an existing commercial space at 101 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton. Estimated cost: $3,500. Filed Feb. 6. Prindle Lane LLC, contractor for self. Perform a tenant fit-out in an existing commercial space for a new tenant at 5 Prindle Lane, Danbury. Estimated cost: $350,000. Filed Feb. 15.

Shawmut Woodworking & Supply, contractor for MS Portfolio LLC. Relocate the entrance in an existing commercial space at 7 Backus Ave Sears, Danbury. Estimated cost: $1.6 million. Filed Feb. 15. Stamford Tent, Stamford, contractor for Wilton Historical Society Inc. Add temporary tents to the property of an existing commercial space for a special event at 224 Danbury Road, Wilton. Estimated cost: $5,000. Filed Feb. 9. Tarzia, Nicola, Stamford, contractor for Michael Fuji. Perform alterations to an existing commercial space at 9 Hollyhock Road, Wilton. Estimated cost: $150,000. Filed Feb. 6. Ten Fifty-Five Stamford Associates, Stamford, contractor for self. Add a new pergola to a patio on an existing commercial space at 1055 Washington Blvd., Stamford. Estimated cost: $18,000. Filed between Jan. 29 and Feb. 9. UB Newfield Green LLC, Stamford, contractor for self. Add a walkin freezer box to an existing commercial space at 565 Newfield Ave., Stamford. Estimated cost: $53,000. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Wilson Properties LLC, Wilton, contractor for self. Perform alterations to an existing commercial space at 39 Danbury Road, Wilton. Estimated cost: $18,500. Filed Feb. 6.

RESIDENTIAL AA Building & Wrecking, contractor for Christopher McCloskey. Demolish a one-story single-family dwelling and a detached garage at 237 Penfield Road, Fairfield. Estimated cost: $14,000. Filed Feb. 16. AIV Construction LLC, contractor for Saysana Rintharamy, et al. Remodel the bathroom and laundry room in an existing single-family residence at 53 Ogden Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $15,000. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23.

Amin Construction LLC, contractor for self. Renovate four bathrooms, a kitchen, finished basement and the roof of an existing single-family residence at 36 Jordan Lane, Stamford. Estimated cost: $103,360. Filed between Jan. 29 and Feb. 9. Amin Construction LLC, Stamford, contractor for self. Fill an in-ground pool in an existing single-family residence at 36 Jordan Lane, Stamford. Estimated cost: $5,600. Filed between Jan. 29 and Feb. 9. Bill Heyde Carpentry Contractor LLC, Stamford, contractor for Bernard M. Tuttle, et al. Add a dormer shed and small attic to an existing single-family residence at 25 Idlewood Place, Stamford. Estimated cost: $44,500. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. BMS Construction LLC, contractor for John A. Kiselak II and Barbara A. Kiselak. Extend the living room and dining room in an existing single-family residence at 30 Laura Drive, Danbury. Estimated cost: $150,000. Filed Feb. 14. Brown, Roberta, Norwalk, contractor for self. Renovate the interior of an existing single-family residence at 1 Thomas Place, Unit 1, Norwalk. Estimated cost: $275,000. Filed Feb. 8. Buxton Services, Wilton, contractor for Charlotte Lynelle Lebron. Perform minor alterations to an existing single-family residence at 215 Mountain Road, Wilton. Estimated cost: $6,200. Filed Feb. 9. Clark Construction of Ridgefield, Ridgefield, contractor for Stephen Pettibone and Andress Pettibone. Perform minor alterations to an existing single-family residence at 39 Old Wagon Road, Wilton. Estimated cost: $29,900. Filed Feb. 9. C-Tec Solar LLC, contractor for James W. DiGiacomo. Add solar panels onto the roof of an existing single-family residence at 3 Johnson Drive, Danbury. Estimated cost: $67,000. Filed Feb. 15.

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D’Arinzo, Daniel, contractor for Anthony J. Golino, et al. Relocate the generator in an existing single-family residence at 70 Maitland Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $2,000. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Earthlight Technologies LLC, Ellington, contractor for Nicholas L. Lapko and Jo Ann Collin. Add solar panels onto the roof of an existing single-family residence at 38 Wicks End Lane, Wilton. Estimated cost: $44,000. Filed Feb. 13.

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GOOD THINGS

NBC’s CHUCK TODD, OTHERS, AT FAIRFIELD UNIVERSITY

From left: Maria Buono, Nicholas Liu, Henry Shi, Derrick Xiong, Rahul Subramaniam and Phoebe Hartch.

GREENWICH STUDENTS WIN REGIONAL SCIENCE BOWL

A team of students from Greenwich High School has won the regional competition for the 2018 National Science Bowl (NSB) and is set to compete in the NSB National Finals this spring in Washington, D.C. The NSB is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy. U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry said, “The National Science Bowl continues to be one of the premier academic competitions across the country and prepares America’s students for future successes in some of the world’s fastest-growing fields in science, technology and engineering.” About 14,000 students in middle school and high school have participated in 113 regional tournaments in preparation for the finals to be held April 26 through 30. The top 32 teams will win $1,000 for their schools’ science departments. The top two high school teams will receive grand prizes, to be announced later. Last year, the top two teams won all-expenses-paid trips to Alaska where they explored glaciers, marine life, geology and more. The students compete in a fast-paced question-and-answer format where they solve technical problems and answer questions on a range of science disciplines, including biology, chemistry, earth and space science, physics and math. The Greenwich NSB team includes Henry Shi, grade 12; Phoebe Hartch, grade 10; and eleventh-graders Rahul Subramaniam, Derrick Xiong and Nicholas Liu. Math teacher Maria Buono coaches the team. “I am honored to congratulate Greenwich High School in advancing to the National Finals, where they will continue to showcase their talents as the top minds in math and science,” said Perry.

CALLING ALL HACKERS It’s rare for computer hackers to be warmly welcomed in view of what’s going on in the world, but that’s what will be happening at the University of Bridgeport (UB) on the weekend of March 23 to 25 at the John J. Cox Student Center, 224 University Ave. In fact, the university is providing cots for sleeping, meals and snacks and other accommodations to the hackers at no charge. Fortunately, they won’t to be criminal hackers; UB is hosting an intercollegiate hackathon, challenging students to tap into their computer creativity and explore computer vulnerabilities. Students can compete individually or in teams. They’re invited to come with ideas for web hacks, mobile hacks, hardware hacks and more. They will build software for computer break-ins from scratch over the weekend. Prizes will be awarded. “All students need are ideas, a laptop, college ID and a charger,” said hackathon organizer Rahul Chaudhary, an entrepreneur in residence at UB’s Student Entrepreneur Center. “We’ve taken care of details so students can be creative and focus on doing their best. Hopefully, they’ll have fun, network with peers and even pave the way for their own start-ups.” UB Hackathon is sponsored by the Entrepreneurship Foundation, Unilever, University of Bridgeport, and Wolfram.

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From left: Bob Watson, marketing professor, Western Connecticut State University; Michelle Barney, of Housatonic Habitat; Tyler Glunt, manager, Savers Thrift Shop; Mary Ellen Loncto, president, Ridgefield Thrift Shop; Susan Roberts, manager, King Street United Church of Christ Thrift Shop; Terry Hansen, Deer Hill Thrift Shop; Kara Illium, Housatonic Habitat; and Fran Normann.

HOUSATONIC HABITAT BRINGS TOGETHER THRIFT SHOPS

Housatonic Habitat for Humanity hosted the first meeting of a new collaboration between region thrift shows to highlight the growing regional impact of this segment of retailing. Representatives of several thrift shops, which support a variety of nonprofit missions, discussed ways to combine forces to publicize their operations and missions. The meeting followed Housatonic Habitat’s publication of the area’s first “Local Thrift Shops Guide.” The free brochure lists more than a dozen local thrift shops, their focus, mission and hours of operation. “We are very pleased with the turnout of our first meeting,” said Fran Normann, Housatonic Habitat’s executive director. Normann said that they hope to create special events to help promote the local thrift shops. Housatonic Habitat cited industry research showing that thrift and consignment shop sales have increased 50 percent over the last decade, while sales at traditional brick-and-mortar stores have declined. Used furniture and used books are some of the strongest segments of the resale industry. The research shows that consumers like to shop at thrift stores for environmental reasons as well as to express their individuality. Housatonic Habitat for Humanity is based in Danbury.

POST NAMED STARLING’S CEO Starling Physicians, which is based in Rocky Hill and has more than 290 health care providers covering 25 specialties in 30 locations, has selected Jarrod Post as its new CEO. Post has served as the group’s chief medical officer since 2016. Sarit Patel, Starling’s board chairman, said, “He is an innovator in transforming health care and continues to ensure alignment between the company’s business goals and clinical capabilities.” Post is board certified in internal medicine and nephrology. He said, “My goal is for Starling to be a beacon of independent practice, where the sense of pride and ownership for the care of patients is harnessed through a truly clinician-owned model.” Post succeeds Michael Genovesi who will continue as a pulmonologist with Starling for the remainder of 2018, and then will retire.

GOT A PAIN IN THE NECK? Scott Simon M.D., a spine specialist, will present “What a Pain in the Neck” from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in Greenwich Hospital’s Noble Conference Center on March 14. Gain insight into conditions that can cause chronic neck pain and the surgical and nonsurgical treatments available to manage different types of neck pain. To register for the free event, call 888-305-9253 or visit greenwichhospital.org/events.

Chuck Todd.

The Carl and Dorothy Bennett Center for Judaic Studies at Fairfield University hosts a variety of programs and lectures throughout the year, and its spring lecture series brings to the campus Chuck Todd, moderator of NBC’s “Meet the Press” and host of “MTP Daily” seen Monday through Fridays on MSNBC. On Tuesday, April 10 at 7:30 p.m., Todd is scheduled to appear at the Quick Center for the Arts. Todd, who is political director for NBC News, will speak on “Politics and Jewish Identify in Today’s America.” Tickets are $15 and can be purchased through the Quick Center’s box office. The 2018 Diane Feigenson Lectureship in Jewish Literature will be presented by Ken Frieden Ph.D., of Syracuse University, on Wednesday, March 21, at 7:30 p.m. in the Dolan School of Business Dining Room. Friedan will discuss “Traveling to the Holy Land in Jewish Literature and Music.” His presentation will include a musical performance on hammer dulcimer by renowned klezmer musician Pete Rushefsky. The event is free. The annual Holocaust Remembrance Service features Esther Geizhals, a survivor of Auschwitz & Bergen-Belsen. It takes place on Thursday, April 12, at 4:30 p.m. at Egan Chapel of St. Ignatius Loyola and is co-sponsored with the campus ministry. On Thursday, April 26 at 7:30 p.m., the Joan and Henry Katz Lecture in Judaic Studies takes place in the Dolan School of Business Dining Room. Christine Hayes, a professor at Yale University, will speak on the topic, “Can We Laugh at God? Humor and Truth in Rabbinic Judaism.” This event also is free.


HAPPENING

PANEL DISCUSSION FOR BLACK HISTORY MONTH

From left: Tameeka Cribs, vice president, digital banking, member of the Diversity and Inclusion Council at Webster; John Guy; Jonathan Roberts; and Desiree Wolfe.

Top, from left: Kim Leonard, co-founder of Stew Leonard’s Stewie the Duck charity; Juanita James; and FCCF Board Chair Lizanne Galbreath during a Giving Day kickoff at Chelsea Piers in Stamford. Bottom: There was a large turnout for a Giving Day event at Brewport in Bridgeport. Photos by Marilyn Roos.

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As Black History Month was drawing to a close, on Feb. 27 more than 70 employees of Waterbury-based Webster Bank gathered for a career panel discussion with senior executives who shared insights on their career and life experiences with a focus on diversity in the workplace. “The Power Lunch” included speakers John Guy, executive vice president, director of business banking; Jonathan Roberts, executive vice president, consumer deposits and network management; and Desiree Wolfe, senior vice president, product marketing. The event was sponsored by the bank’s Diversity and Inclusion Council, which is cochaired by John Ciulla, president and CEO of the bank and John Guy. Black History Month, now sometimes referred to as African-American History Month, had its inception in 1969 at Kent State University in Ohio. Leaders of the group Black United Students proposed expanding Negro History Week into a month-long celebration. Black History Month began to be recognized locally in the U.S., and in 1976 President Gerald Ford issued a message calling for it to be observed nationally. Ford urged Americans to honor the many African-Americans and their accomplishments.

D’AMATO MANAGING SOTHEBY’S

DANBURY ATTORNEY TO BE HONORED

A native of Fairfield has been named brokerage manager for William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty in Southport. Linda D’Amato brings with her more than 17 years of experience. While at William Raveis Real Estate, she managed three offices and achieved the number-one market share in the Fairfield/Southport market. Paul Breunich, president and CEO of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, said, “Simply put, she knows this marketplace inside and out.” D’Amato earned her bachelor’s degree from Pace University. She is active with local charities and has been consistently involved in raising funds to fight breast cancer.

The Connecticut Bar Association (CBA) has named Danbury attorney Kyle LaBuff as a recipient of The Honorable Anthony V. DeMayo Pro Bono Award for his pro bono work. He is with the law firm Lawrence M. Riefberg LLC. Other attorneys to be honored with DeMayo awards this year are Michael K. Conway whose practice is in Waterbury, Thomas J. Farrell of Hinckley Allen in Hartford and John J. Houlihan Jr. of RisCassi & Davis PC, also located in Hartford. The awards will be presented at the CBA’s annual “Celebrate with the Stars” awards ceremony on April 12 at the Aqua Turf Club in Plantsville. LaBuff volunteers for Statewide Legal Services’ Call4Law program, the New Haven County Bar Association’s Ask a Lawyer Clinic, and the Connecticut Veteran’s Legal Center. The award DeMayo award is named in honor of in honor of the late Judge Anthony V. DeMayo who championed the legal rights of the poor and accused.

FAIRFIELD’S GIVING DAY RAISES $1.4M Fairfield County’s Community Foundation (FCCF) announced March 6 that Giving Day 2018, which took place on March 1, raised $1,400,887 from 13,137 donors. The all-day fundraiser began at noon and ran until 11:59 p.m. In the first two minutes, more than $20,000 was raised online. While the event had the backing of corporate sponsors, the thrust was to encourage donations from individuals. People were able to donate $10 or more to their favorite local cause through the website fcgives.org. “When you can raise over $1 million in 24 hours for area nonprofits, it is a very good day,” said Juanita James, CEO of FCCF. The organization notes that Giving Day has been the vehicle for raising nearly $6 million for more than 746 nonprofits since it began five years ago. Lead sponsor has been Bank of America. Nonprofits were able to receive help from FCCF to increase awareness of their organizations. The foundation offered a resource center complete with a toolkit, instruction videos and online guidance.

FLINN PROMOTED AT WWE Brian Flinn has been promoted to chief marketing and communications officer at WWE in Stamford where he was serving as executive vice president of marketing and communications. Vince McMahon, WWE chairman and CEO, said, “In this new role, we are confident that he will continue to expand the opportunities for WWE, and further enhance visibility, brand reputation and audience engagement.” The company is generally known for its wrestling telecasts. Flinn will now oversee global consumer marketing, WWE Network marketing, creative services, special events, publicity, media relations and corporate communications. He will continue to report directly to WWE Co-President Michelle Wilson.

APPEL TO ASSUME GREENWICH POST Fairfield resident Noël Appel has been named vice president of the Greenwich Hospital Foundation and its chief development officer effective March 19. She joins the hospital from her position as vice president of development and alumni relations at The New School in New York City. While there, she launched new fundraising programs with goals totaling $100 million. “Noël’s more than 20 years of experience will be an asset to the Greenwich Hospital Foundation,” said Norman G. Roth, the hospital’s president and chief executive officer. Previously, Appel was an associate dean of development at Northeastern University in Boston and assistant vice president of development at Fairfield University. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Fairfield University.

Westport resident James Krouse has been named a partner at BlumShapiro, a regional business advisory firm with offices in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Krouse, who is a CPA, is at the BlumShapiro tax department in Shelton. He joined the firm in 2017 from Grant Thornton, where he served as tax director. Krouse is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants and New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants. He received his bachelor’s degree from Washington State University and a Master of Science in Taxation degree from Golden Gate University. Joseph A. Kask, chief executive officer of the firm, said, “James is a great example of the passion we bring to unlock the potential of all our clients.”

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Facts & Figures Elwart Construction LLC, contractor for Mahmoud Siddig and Colleen Siddig. Add a new kitchen, three bathrooms and a window to an existing single-family residence at 180 Highland Ave., Norwalk. Estimated cost: $138,150. Filed Feb. 9.

Martins, Kristen F. and Anthony B. Martins, Danbury, contractor for self. Legalize a finished basement in an existing single-family residence at 15 Berkshire Drive, Danbury. Estimated cost: $6,000. Filed Feb. 20.

Formick, Philomena and Charles Formick, Danbury, contractor for self. Remove and replace the sheetrock on an existing single-family residence at 23 Morris St., Danbury. Estimated cost: $1,500. Filed Feb. 15.

MJBLack Designs LLC, contractor for Albert Natalie and Joanne Natalie. Finish the basement in an existing single-family residence at 356 Sasapequan Road, Fairfield. Estimated cost: $6,000. Filed Feb. 14.

Gleason, Heather and Ryan Gleason, Fairfield, contractor for self. Build a garage unit under the second floor of the rear deck at 1652 Melville Ave., Fairfield. Estimated cost: $25,000. Filed Feb. 16.

Muralles, Nestor, contractor for Elliot Sloyer, et al. Renovate the master bathroom in an existing single-family residence at 35 Toilsome Brook Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $31,140. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23.

Hicks Construction LLC, Ridgefield, contractor for Thomas R. Jones. Remodel the second-story bathroom in an existing single-family residence at 53 New St., Ridgefield. Estimated cost: $8,000. Filed Feb. 8.

Paul, John, contractor for John Paul Development LLC. Demolish the interior of an existing single-family residence damaged from fire at 480 Old Post Road, Fairfield. Estimated cost: $15,000. Filed Feb. 13.

Jaffe, Carter, Darien, contractor for Aerni. Add and alter an existing single-family residence at 15 Bates Farm Road, Darien. Estimated cost: $200,000. Filed Feb. 20.

Power Home Remodeling Group, Chester, Pennsylvania, contractor for Milton M. Meinick and Judith L. Meinick. Strip and reroof an existing single-family residence at 821 Cascade Drive, Fairfield. Estimated cost: $25,000. Filed Feb. 13.

Joseph A. Marino Contractors Inc., Fairfield, contractor for Chad Stewart and Donna Stewart. Remodel the kitchen in an existing single-family residence at 561 Morehouse Highview, Fairfield. Estimated cost: $13,500. Filed Feb. 15. Kakouros, Peter, et al., Stamford, contractor for self. Add a two-car garage to an existing single-family residence at 498 Roxbury Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $172,350. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Lecher Development LLC, New Canaan, contractor for Frederick Lunning Bailey. Alter the interior of an existing single-family residence at 15 Partrick Lane, Wilton. Estimated cost: $200,000. Filed Feb. 13. Light Associates Contracting Inc., contractor for Car Uni Connecticut Fair LLC. Replace the front doors on the service area of an existing single-family residence and modify the façade at 450 Scofield Avenue Extension, Fairfield. Estimated cost: $150,000. Filed Feb. 15. Linx Construction LLC, contractor for Daniel S. Payea, et al. Add a new garage, two bedrooms and one bathroom to an existing single-family residence at 87 Pembroke Drive, Stamford. Estimated cost: $303,765. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23.

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Prockter, Colleen, Danbury, contractor for self. Finish the basement in an existing single-family residence and close in the laundry at 55 Mill Plain Road, Unit 26-9, Danbury. Estimated cost: $8,000. Filed Feb. 13. R W Construction, New Fairfield, contractor for John Reuther and Amy Reuther. Perform minor alterations to an existing single-family residence at 17 Spicewood Road, Wilton. Estimated cost: $1,800. Filed Feb. 6. Ramsey, Lorraine, Norwalk, contractor for self. Repair the water damage to an existing single-family residence at 35 Elmwood Ave., Norwalk. Estimated cost: $4,000. Filed Feb. 9. Regency Construction LLC, Norwalk, contractor for Lisa Defonce. Renovate the kitchen in an existing single-family residence at 60 E. Middle Patent Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $55,930. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Richies Roofing LLC, contractor for Giacometti. Strip and reroof an existing single-family residence at 25 Dorset Lane, Brookfield. Estimated cost: $18,000. Filed Jan. 29.

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Robertson, Claudette A. and Dan Robertson, Danbury, contractor for self. Finish the basement in an existing single-family residence at 10 Petersons Lane, Danbury. Estimated cost: $6,000. Filed Feb. 15.

Trinity Heating & Air Inc., contractor for Phillip Wonn and Carol Burgess. Install solar panels in an existing single-family residence at 10 Three Seasons Court, Norwalk. Estimated cost: $20,375. Filed Feb. 7.

Rosow, Christopher, Fairfield, contractor for Ramsey W. Goodrich. Remodel the kitchen in an existing single-family residence and relocate the laundry to the second floor of an existing single-family residence at 10 Wood House Road, Fairfield. Estimated cost: $55,205. Filed Feb. 16.

Valouktzis, George, contractor for Joseph F. Constanza and Lindsay B. Mashel. Finish the basement, family room and two closets in an existing single-family residence at 3 Aiken St., Unit B, Norwalk. Estimated cost: $16,000. Filed Feb. 8.

Santini Services LLC, Ridgefield, contractor for Jonathan A. Sucato. Remove the wall between the kitchen and living room in an existing single-family residence at 121 Eleven Levels Road, Ridgefield. Estimated cost: $12,000. Filed Feb. 8. Sikk, Sigmar, et al., Stamford, contractor for self. Renovate the kitchen in an existing single-family residence and update the back porch at 27 Lenox Ave., Stamford. Estimated cost: $12,340. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Sobczak, John J., contractor for JCK Properties LLC. Strip and reroof an existing single-family residence at 918 Fairfield Beach Road, Fairfield. Estimated cost: $5,900. Filed Feb. 16. Sunpower Corporation Systems, contractor for Patricia M. Brandon. Add solar panels onto the roof of an existing single-family residence at 21 Oak Ridge Gate, Danbury. Estimated cost: $15,120. Filed Feb. 15. Thermo Seal Windows and Siding Inc., Stamford, contractor for Michael B. Garcia, et al. Reside an existing single-family residence at 78 Woodbine Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $40,000. Filed between Jan. 29 and Feb. 9. Thermo Seal Windows and Siding Inc., Stamford, contractor for Michael b. Garcia, et al. Strip and reroof an existing single-family residence at 78 Woodbine Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $25,000. Filed between Jan. 29 and Feb. 9. TM Construction LLC, contractor for Wojciech Husak, et al. Renovate the kitchen, bedroom, bathrooms, roof and dormer in an existing single-family residence at 36 Loughran Ave., Stamford. Estimated cost: $179,007. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Trinity Heating & Air Inc., contractor for Jeffrey Chacua and Natalie Chacua. Install solar panels in an existing single-family residence at 21 Spruce St., Norwalk. Estimated cost: $33,837. Filed Feb. 7.

Vinylume Inc., contractor for Ludwig Ochsendorf, et al. Renovate the asphalt shingles on an existing single-family residence at 30 Buena Vista St., Stamford. Estimated cost: $14,775. Filed between Feb. 12. and Feb. 23. Vivint Solar, contractor for Christopher E. Chichester. Add solar panels onto the roof of an existing single-family residence at 45 E. Gate Road, Danbury. Estimated cost: $14,036. Filed Feb. 14. Vlahakis, Dennis, contractor for Patricia A. Watkins, et al. Replace the exterior doors on a kitchen at 1763 Shippan Ave., Stamford. Estimated cost: $35,000. Filed between Jan. 29 and Feb. 9. Westview Electric LLC, contractor for Eric D. Strom, et al. Renovate the kitchen and door openings in an existing single-family residence at 19 Merriman Road, Stamford. Estimated cost: $19,350. Filed between Jan. 29 and Feb. 9.

COURT CASES The following court cases represent the allegations made by plaintiffs in the initial filings of civil lawsuits, and do not represent legally binding judgments made by the courts.

Bridgeport Superior Court All Seasons Restoration & Roofing LLC, et al., Greenwich. Filed by Hibu Inc., King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. Plaintiff’s attorney: Sugarmann & Sugarmann, New Haven. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendants alleging that they had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for advertisement placements. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding balance of $26,798 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, court costs, post-judgment interest and such other relief as may be deemed appropriate by the court. Case no. FBT-CV18-6071564-S. Filed Feb. 21.

Alteri Construction LLC, Trumbull. Filed by North American Bancard Holdings LLC, Troy, Michigan. Plaintiff’s attorney: Jacobs & Rozich LLC, New Haven. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendant alleging that it had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for credit card processing fees. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, prejudgment interest, post-judgment interest, attorney’s fees, court costs and such other relief as the court deems fair, just and reasonable. Case no. FBT-CV186071479-S. Filed Feb. 20. The Home Depot USA Inc., et al., Hartford. Filed by Yerfry Peguero, Bridgeport. Plaintiff’s attorney: Rodie & Connolly PC, Stratford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this personal injury suit against the defendants alleging that a display track owned by the defendants slid out and hit the plaintiff’s knee, causing him to sustain injury. This dangerous condition was allegedly allowed to exist due to the negligence of the defendants and their employees in that they failed to remedy the display tracks on their premises. The plaintiff claims monetary damages within the jurisdiction of the court and such other and further relief as in law or equity would pertain. Case no. FBT-CV18-6071610-S. Filed Feb. 22. Innovative Building Products Inc., Glenmont, New York. Filed by Susan Nevas, Norwalk. Plaintiff’s attorney: Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder PC, Bridgeport. Action: The plaintiff has brought this product liability suit against the defendant alleging that her descendant slipped on a roadway, which had been covered by the defendant’s anti-icing brine solution. The plaintiff’s descendant allegedly died in the resulting car crash. The plaintiff claims compensatory damages and such other and further relief as the court deems just and proper. Case no. FBT-CV186071660-S. Filed Feb. 23. McDonalds Corp., et al., Hartford. Filed by Ofman Gjini, Greenwich. Plaintiff’s attorney: Ottomano & Johnson LLC, Westport. Action: The plaintiff has brought this personal injury suit against the defendants alleging that he slipped on an uneven surface owned by the defendants and sustained injury. This dangerous condition was allegedly allowed to exist due to the negligence of the defendants and their employees in that they failed to place a proper ramp on their premises to be safe for patrons. The plaintiff claims monetary damages within the jurisdiction of the court and such other and further relief as in law or equity would pertain. Case no. FBT-CV18-6071536-S. Filed Feb. 21.

MJ Construction, Stamford. Filed by People’s United Bank NA, Bridgeport. Plaintiff’s attorney: Benanti & Associates, Stamford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendant alleging that it had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for a promissory Note. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance of $75,000 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, interest, attorney’s fees, court costs and such other and further relief as the court shall deem equitable and just. Case no. FBT-CV186071608-S. Filed Feb. 22. New V LLC, et al., Monroe. Filed by People’s United Bank NA, Bridgeport. Plaintiff’s attorney: Benanti & Associates, Stamford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendants alleging that they had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for a business overdraft line agreement. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance of $5,000 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, interest, attorney’s fees, court costs and such other and further relief as the court shall deem equitable and just. Case no. FBT-CV18-6071605-S. Filed Feb. 22. Prayer Tabernacle Church of Love Inc., et al., Bridgeport. Filed by People’s United Bank NA, Bridgeport. Plaintiff’s attorney: Benanti & Associates, Stamford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendants alleging that they had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for a business credit line note. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance of $8,000 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, interest, attorney’s fees, court costs and such other and further relief as the court shall deem equitable and just. Case no. FBT-CV18-6071607-S. Filed Feb. 22. Progressive Advanced Insurance Co., Syracuse, New York. Filed by Jahmaine K. Grant, Brooklyn, New York. Plaintiff’s attorney: Thomas M. Yuditski, Bridgeport. Action: The plaintiff has brought this motor vehicle suit against the defendant alleging that he collided with an underinsured motorist and suffered injury. The insurance policy carried by the underinsured motorist is inadequate to fully compensate for the damages. The plaintiff alleges that his injuries are the legal responsibilities of his insurance company, the defendant. The plaintiff claims money damages in excess of $15,000, exclusive of interests and costs and such other relief as in law or equity may apply. Case no. FBT-CV18-6071590-S. Filed Feb. 22.


Facts & Figures Progressive Direct Insurance Co., et al., Hartford. Filed by Trevor Reid, Norwalk. Plaintiff’s attorney: Goldstein & Peck PC, Bridgeport. Action: The plaintiff has brought this motor vehicle suit against the defendants alleging that he collided with an underinsured motorist and suffered injury. The insurance policy carried by the underinsured motorist is inadequate to fully compensate for the damages. The plaintiff alleges that his injuries are the legal responsibilities of his insurance companies and related parties, the defendants. The plaintiff claims money damages in excess of $15,000, exclusive of interests and costs and such other relief as in law or equity may apply. Case no. FBTCV18-6071654-S. Filed Feb. 23. Russo Beverage LLC, et al., Trumbull. Filed by People’s United Bank NA, Bridgeport. Plaintiff’s attorney: Benanti & Associates, Stamford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendants alleging that they had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for a credit line note and agreement. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance of $10,000 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, interest, attorney’s fees, court costs and such other and further relief as the court shall deem equitable and just. Case no. FBT-CV186071606-S. Filed Feb. 22. Seaside Village Homes Inc., et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Lajeune Pollard, Bridgeport. Plaintiff’s attorney: Law Offices of Daly, Weihing & Bochanis, Bridgeport. Action: The plaintiff has brought this personal injury suit against the defendants alleging that she slipped on an uneven surface owned by the defendants and sustained injury. This dangerous condition was allegedly allowed to exist due the negligence of the defendants and their employees in that they failed to remedy their raised sidewalk on their premises to be safe for patrons. The plaintiff claims monetary damages within the jurisdiction of the court and such other and further relief as in law or equity would pertain. Case no. FBT-CV18-6071490-S. Filed Feb. 20.

Stamford Plaza Hotel and Conference Center LP, et al., Stamford. Filed by Tonia Perry, Bridgeport. Plaintiff’s attorney: Steven A. Levy. Action: The plaintiff has brought this personal injury suit against the defendants alleging that she slipped on an uneven surface owned by the defendants and sustained injury. This dangerous condition was allegedly allowed to exist due to the negligence of the defendants and their employees in that they failed to keep their ground floor area well lit enough to be safe for patrons. The plaintiff claims monetary damages within the jurisdiction of the court. Case no. FBTCV18-6071468-S. Filed Feb. 20. Stretchology LLC, et al., Norwalk. Filed by Love Your Body LLC, Milford. Plaintiff’s attorney: Bai, Pollock, Blueweiss & Mulcahey PC, Shelton. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendants alleging that they had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for a promissory note provided. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance of $1.2 million due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages and court costs. Case no. FBTCV18-6071561-S. Filed Feb. 21. The Grill Daddy Brush Co., Greenwich. Filed by Echo Global Logistics Inc., Chicago, Illinois. Plaintiff’s attorney: Sugarmann & Sugarmann, New Haven. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendant alleging that it had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for freight services provided. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance of $5,652 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, post-judgment interest, court costs and such other relief as may be deemed appropriate by the court. Case no. FBT-CV18-6071455-S. Filed Feb. 20. The Hanover Insurance Corp., Worcester, Mass. Filed by Nakisha Nelson, Bridgeport. Plaintiff’s attorney: Law Office of Kerry M. Gleason LLC, New Haven. Action: The plaintiff has brought this motor vehicle suit against the defendant alleging that she collided with an underinsured motorist and suffered injury. The insurance policy carried by the underinsured motorist is inadequate to fully compensate for the damages. The plaintiff alleges that her injuries are the legal responsibilities of her insurance company, the defendant. The plaintiff claims money damages in excess of $15,000, exclusive of interests and costs and such other relief as in law or equity may apply. Case no. FBTCV18-6071441-S. Filed Feb. 20.

The Hayden Law Firm PC, et al., Danbury. Filed by People’s United Bank NA, Bridgeport. Plaintiff’s attorney: Benanti & Associates, Stamford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendants alleging that they had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for a promissory note provided. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance of $25,000 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, interest, attorney’s fees, court costs and such other and further relief as the court shall deem equitable and just. Case no. FBT-CV186071604-S. Filed Feb. 22. Top Notch LLC, et al., East Haven. Filed by Da’Vonna Harrison, Bridgeport. Plaintiff’s attorney: Rodie & Connolly PC, Stratford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this personal injury suit against the defendants alleging that she slipped on a metal security gate owned by the defendants and sustained injury. This dangerous condition was allegedly allowed to exist due the negligence of the defendants and their employees in that they failed to remedy the tripping hazard on their premises. The plaintiff claims monetary damages within the jurisdiction of the court and such other and further relief as in law or equity would pertain. Case no. FBT-CV18-6071609-S. Filed Feb. 22. Yale University, New Haven. Filed by Stanley Silverberg, Trumbull. Plaintiff’s attorney: Beck & Beck LLC, Stratford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this personal injury suit against the defendant alleging that she slipped on an uneven entrance way owned by the defendant and sustained injury. This dangerous condition was allegedly allowed to exist due to the negligence of the defendant and its employees in that they failed to place a proper ramp on their premises to be safe for patrons. The plaintiff claims monetary damages, costs and such other and further relief as in law or equity would pertain. Case no. FBTCV18-6071552-S. Filed Feb. 21.

Danbury Superior Court Kimberly Danbury Management LLC, et al., East Hartford. Filed by Andres Reyes, Danbury. Plaintiff’s attorney: Mix & Goldman LLC, Danbury. Action: The plaintiff has brought this personal injury suit against the defendants alleging that he slipped on snow and ice in a parking lot owned by the defendants and sustained injury. This dangerous condition was allegedly allowed to exist due to the negligence of the defendants and their employees in that they failed to clear their parking lot of ice. The plaintiff claims monetary damages within the jurisdiction of the court and such other and further relief as in law or equity would pertain. Case no. DBD-CV18-6025483-S. Filed Feb. 20.

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JCS Construction Group Inc., et al., Stamford. Filed by Arnow Construction Group LLC, Stamford. Plaintiff’s attorney: Mark F. Katz, Stamford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendants alleging that they had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for labors and materials provided. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance of $18,407 due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages and court costs. Case no. FST-CV18-6025175-S. Filed Feb. 23.

Century Financial Services Inc., et al., North Haven. Filed by Kyonda Teele, Shelton. Plaintiff’s attorney: RC Law Group PLLC, Hackensack, New Jersey. Action: The plaintiff has brought this fair debt collection suit against the defendants alleging that they sent letters to the plaintiff, which failed to identify to whom the debt is owed. The plaintiff declares this motion to be a class action suit. The plaintiff claims statutory damages, actual damages, attorney’s fees, expenses, prejudgment interest, post-judgment interest and such other and further relief as may be deemed just and appropriate by the court. Case no. 3:18-cv00320-AWT. Filed Feb. 22.

Kaeser Construction Co., et al., Weston. Filed by Lancewood Capital LLC, Valhalla, New York. Plaintiff’s attorney: Neubert, Pepe & Monteith PC, New Haven. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendants alleging that they had failed to make timely payments to the plaintiff for a commercial rate note provided. The plaintiff has declared the entire outstanding principal balance of $1.7 million due and has made a demand for the balance, yet has not received payment. The plaintiff claims money damages, post-judgment interest, court costs and such other relief as may be deemed appropriate by the court. Case no. FST-CV18-6025128-S. Filed Feb. 20. Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., et al., Hartford. Filed by Liana Lowman, New Canaan. Plaintiff’s attorney: Wofsey, Rosen, Kweskin & Kuriansky LLP, Stamford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this motor vehicle suit against the defendants alleging that he collided with an underinsured motorist and suffered injury. The insurance policy carried by the underinsured motorist is inadequate to fully compensate for the damages. The plaintiff alleges that his injuries are the legal responsibilities of his insurance companies and related parties, the defendants. The plaintiff claims money damages in excess of $15,000, exclusive of interests and costs and such other relief as in law or equity may apply. Case no. FSTCV18-6025171-S. Filed Feb. 22. Metlife Auto & Home Insurance Agency Inc., et al., East Hartford. Filed by Daniel J. Mulvany, Orangeburg, New York. Plaintiff’s attorney: Fashjian & Falco PC, Shelton. Action: The plaintiff has brought this motor vehicle suit against the defendants alleging that he collided with an underinsured motorist and suffered injury. The insurance policy carried by the underinsured motorist is inadequate to fully compensate for the damages. The plaintiff alleges that his injuries are the legal responsibilities of his insurance companies and related parties, the defendants. The plaintiff claims money damages in excess of $15,000, exclusive of interests and costs and such other relief as in law or equity may apply. Case no. FSTCV18-6025147-S. Filed Feb. 21.

Hartford Life & Accident Insurance Co., Simsbury. Filed by Pam A. Cantwell. Plaintiff’s attorney: Ramos Law, Hartford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this employee benefit suit against the defendant alleging that the defendant terminated the plaintiff’s long-term disability benefits and denied the plaintiff an appeal. The plaintiff claims benefits, equitable relief, attorney’s fees, costs, disbursements and such other and further relief as may be deemed just and appropriate by the court. Case no. 3:18-cv00306-SRU. Filed Feb. 20. Unum Life Insurance Co of America, Portland, Maine. Filed by Brian A. Sutton, Darien. Plaintiff’s attorney: Action: The plaintiff has brought this employee benefit suit against the defendant alleging that the defendant terminated the plaintiff’s long-term disability benefits and denied the plaintiff an appeal. The plaintiff claims benefits, equitable relief, attorney’s fees, costs, disbursements and such other and further relief as may be deemed just and appropriate by the court. Case no. 3:18-cv-00325-JCH. Filed Feb. 23. Whiting Turner Contracting Co., Baltimore, Maryland. Filed by United Illuminating Co., Orange. Plaintiff’s attorney: Wiggins & Dana, Hartford. Action: The plaintiff has brought this breach of contract suit against the defendant alleging that it installed a defective duct on property owned by the plaintiff, which cost $3 million to remedy. The plaintiff claims compensatory damages, costs, fees and such other and further relief as may be deemed just and appropriate by the court. Case no. 3:18-cv-00327-AWT. Filed Feb. 23.

Yankee Casting Co., Enfield. Filed by Triumph Group Inc. and Factory Mutual Insurance Co. Plaintiffs’ attorney: Renzullo & Associates, Winsted. Action: The plaintiffs have brought this tort suit against the defendant alleging that dies, molds and fixtures owned by Triumph Group were destroyed in a fire caused by the defendant when hot sparks from the defendant’s metal working activity set the building on fire. Factory Mutual Insurance Co. was allegedly forced to pay out insurance claims. The plaintiffs claim damages, attorney’s fees and such other and further relief as may be deemed just and appropriate by the court. Case no. 3:18-cv-00321-MPS. Filed Feb. 22.

DEEDS COMMITTEE DEEDS McArdle, Patricia M., et al., Newtown. Appointed committee: Timothy J. Deakin, Newtown. Property: 41 Bennetts Bridge Road, Newtown. Amount: $287,451. Docket no. DBDCV-17-6022118-S. Filed Feb. 12.

COMMERCIAL 31 Imperial Ave. LLC, Westport. Seller: GSG Properties LLC, Westport. Property: 31 Imperial Ave., Westport. Amount: $1.2 million. Filed Feb. 16. 6 Manitou Court LLC, Westport. Seller: John A. Lerch and Alison Lerch, Westport. Property: Lot 27, Map 7286, Westport. Amount: $3.7 million. Filed Feb. 1. Bear Re LLC, Danbury. Seller: Roman D. Juskiewicz, Marilyn A. Juskiewicz, Arlene C. Pugliatti, James W. Pugliatti, William Mihal, Joann Mihal and Diane Kozel, Brookfield. Property: 5 Nabby Road, Unit B-135, Danbury. Amount: $62,500. Filed Feb. 15. Carlino Construction LLC, Derby. Seller: CIT Bank NA, Austin, Texas. Property: 1629 Madison Ave., Bridgeport. Amount: $137,125. Filed Feb. 14. CLC Asset Holdings LLC, Dallas, Texas. Seller: Asif A. Malik, Easton. Property: 5 Tiffany Lane, Westport. Amount: $245,000. Filed Jan. 26. Hallstead LLC, Greenwich. Seller: Eric Mautner, Greenwich. Property: 17 Salem St., Greenwich. Amount: $2 million. Filed Feb. 16. Himalaya Dev FL LLC, Fairfield. Seller: Marian M. Gaspar, Fairfield. Property: Lot 16, Map 1411, Fairfield. Amount: $510,000. Filed Feb. 15.

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Facts & Figures Nabby Road Properties LLC, Bloomfield, New Jersey. Seller: Rory J. Perry, Brookfield. Property: 5 Nabby Road, Unit A-37, Danbury. Amount: $64,000. Filed Feb. 13.

Bley, Karl and Daniel Bley, Westport. Seller: 43 High Point Road LLC, Norwalk. Property: 43 High Point Road, Westport. Amount: $2.2 million. Filed Feb. 9.

Dahlgard, Rebeka, Newtown. Seller: Ramona St. James, Brookfield. Property: 313 Stillwater Circle, Brookfield. Amount: $370,000. Filed Jan. 24.

RF1 LLC, South Norwalk. Seller: Steluar LLC, Darien. Property: 693 Boston Post Road, Darien. Amount: $1.1 million. Filed Feb. 13.

Bock, Tamara L. and Kevin E. Kaye, Brooklyn, New York. Seller: Hy Pomerance and Susan E. Pomerance, Miami, Florida. Property: 28 Timber Mill Road, Westport. Amount: $1.2 million. Filed Jan. 18.

Dickinson, John H., Danbury. Seller: Kevin L. Northcutt and Kristin L. Wolfe, Danbury. Property: 4 Wedgewood Drive, Danbury. Amount: $289,000. Filed Feb. 13.

Sky View Builders LLC, Westport. Seller: Bank of America NA, Houston, Texas. Property: Parcel X, Map 6815, Westport. Amount: $560,000. Filed Jan. 31. T & G Sales and Service LLC, Danbury. Seller: 3G Realty LLC, Brookfield. Property: 5 Starr St., Danbury. Amount: $388,000. Filed Feb. 7. TMC Residential LLC, Danbury. Seller: Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., Carrollton, Texas. Property: 60 Osborne Hill Road, Newtown. Amount: $266,400. Filed Feb. 14. Westport Real Estate Partners LLC, Newtown. Seller: Mark G. Robilotti, Tiburon, California. Property: 38 Fairfield Ave., Westport. Amount: $1.8 million. Filed Feb. 8.

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Boemio, Christopha A., Somers, New York. Seller: Terence Sheehan, Danbury. Property: 55 Mill Plain Road, Unit 30-15, Danbury. Amount: $115,000. Filed Feb. 14. Braun, Stephen R., Danbury. Seller: Thomas M. Feeley Jr., Danbury. Property: 14 Gregory St., Danbury. Amount: $403,000. Filed Feb. 14. Bruck, Gloria and Howard Bruck, Bedford, New York. Seller: Inhwan Lee and Suzanne E. Lee, Wrentham, Massachusetts. Property: 2 Colony Road, Westport. Amount: $960,000. Filed Jan. 29. Caminiti, Leann and John Caminiti, Rye, New York. Seller: MTGLQ Investors LP, Greenville, South Carolina. Property: Unit 207 of Arlington Woods Condominium, Danbury. Amount: $255,100. Filed Feb. 8.

Abud, Gismell, Danbury. Seller: Amol D. Dhamane and Priyanka A. Dhamane, Danbury. Property: Unit 1605 of Timber Oak, Danbury. Amount: $323,000. Filed Feb. 5.

Carmody, Sarah E. and Mark R. Carmody, Norwalk. Seller: Todd W. Morrison, Westport. Property: Lot 4, Map 1051, Westport. Amount: $830,000. Filed Jan. 17.

Amodeo, Josephine and Matthew Amodeo, Greenwich. Seller: Patricia E. Platt, Greenwich. Property: 30 Willowmere Ave., Greenwich. Amount: $2.4 million. Filed Feb. 15.

Chwals, Kaya and Walter Lee, Fairfield. Seller: Susan E. Lee and Robert B. Lee, Fairfield. Property: Lot 3, Map 906, Fairfield. Amount: $550,000. Filed Feb. 14.

Anquillare, Ceasar, Woodbridge. Seller: Mark W. Helderman and Carolyn M.D. Helderman, Fairfield. Property: 322 Harbor Road, Fairfield. Amount: $3 million. Filed Feb. 13.

Cohen, Stacey and Brian Cohen, Norwalk. Seller: Patricia Gosnell and Kenneth Gosnell, Westport. Property: 220 Godfrey Road East, Westport. Amount: $975,000. Filed Feb. 1.

Bencivengo, James, Brookfield. Seller: Robert M. Dickinson, Brookfield. Property: 10 Hickory Hill Road, Brookfield. Amount: $365,000. Filed Feb. 9.

Cooper, Ada M. and Robert D. Cooper, The Villages, Florida. Seller: Donna M. Panettiere, Bethel. Property: 12 Hearthstone Drive, Brookfield. Amount: $200,000. Filed Feb. 1.

Bentley, Andrew, Westport. Seller: Harvey Weinstein, Westport. Property: 26 Beachside Ave., Westport. Amount: $10 million. Filed Feb. 2. Bentley, Andrew, Westport. Seller: Harvey Weinstein, Westport. Property: 28 Beachside Ave., Westport. Amount: $6 million. Filed Feb. 2. Billings, Elizabeth and George Hope, New Fairfield. Seller: Harlan R. Jessup and Shirley H. Jessup, Newtown. Property: 25 Taunton Ridge Road, Newtown. Amount: $342,500. Filed Feb. 15.

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Costa, Jaqueline Raquel Alves, Shelton. Seller: Alan Jessey, Shelton. Property: 1168 Madison Ave., Bridgeport. Amount: $1. Filed Feb. 14. Crepeau, Michele, Darien. Seller: Craig S. Coleman and Evan Clark Coleman, Darien. Property: 23 Hillside Ave., Darien. Amount: $665,000. Filed Feb. 8. Crighton, Stephen, Morristown, New Jersey. Seller: Jason Vangorden and Theresa Kaeser, Newtown. Property: 37 Swamp Road, Newtown. Amount: $302,000. Filed Feb. 15.

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Drabek, Gerda and Thomas Drabek, Westport. Seller: Hulls Castle LLC, Westport. Property: 143 Hulls Highway, Fairfield. Amount: $600,000. Filed Feb. 16. Elliott, Amanda S. and John W. Elliott, Westport. Seller: Sir-9 Mortar Rock LLC, Westport. Property: Lot 2, Map 6177, Westport. Amount: $2 million. Filed Jan. 31. Engengro, Mark, Brookfield. Seller: Pamela J. Coleman, Brookfield. Property: Lot 6, Long Meadow Heights, Brookfield. Amount: $466,500. Filed Feb. 1. Exantus, Natacha and Astrel Aubin, Newtown. Seller: Catherine Pesavento, Newtown. Property: 198 Brushy Hill Road, Newtown. Amount: $440,000. Filed Feb. 13. Fabela, Genevieve and James C. Giamarino, Westport. Seller: Brien McDonald and Elizabeth McDonald, Westport. Property: 50 Catbrier Road, Westport. Amount: $795,000. Filed Feb. 6. Favela, Celso C., Danbury. Seller: Duane G. Schirmer Jr., Danbury. Property: 85 Driftway Road, Danbury. Amount: $205,000. Filed Feb. 15. Fleury, Rosanne N. and David L. Fleury, Huddleston, Virginia. Seller: Maria T. Parks, Danbury. Property: 55 Mill Plain Road, Unit 27-1, Danbury. Amount: $142,000. Filed Feb. 13. Forrest, Jennifer Sherman and Ian David Forrest, Jacksonville, Florida. Seller: Tony Yuen, Westport. Property: 43 Norfield Woods Road, Westport. Amount: $1.3 million. Filed Jan. 30. Giordano, Kimberly and Christopher Giordano, Brooklyn, New York. Seller: Alice Vysata, Brookfield. Property: 80 S. Lake Shore Drive, Brookfield. Amount: $904,000. Filed Feb. 6. Goodman, Christina C. and Michael E. Goodman, Westport. Seller: David S. Zemel and Allegra N. Zemel, Westport. Property: 4 Mayfair Lane, Westport. Amount: $1.8 million. Filed Feb. 6. Gould, Christine and Alexander Christon, Westport. Seller: Eleanor K. Dinitz, Westport. Property: Lot 4, Map 3770, Westport. Amount: $750,000. Filed Jan. 30.

Grady, Rachel L. and Christopher Grady, Bronxville, New York. Seller: Ralph J. Benzenberg and Patricia Benzenberg, Darien. Property: 17 McLaren Road, Darien. Amount: $827,500. Filed Feb. 13.

Kruzansky, Elaine E., Brookfield. Seller: Kenneth Kruzansky and Elaine E. Kruzansky, Brookfield. Property: 116 Pocono Road, Brookfield. For no consideration paid. Filed Feb. 15.

Gravener, Francine, Robert M. Amante, Christopher A. Spalding and Zoe D. Spalding, Larchmont, New York. Seller: 42 North Lake Shore LLC, Larchmont, New York. Property: 42 N. Lake Shore Drive, Brookfield. Amount: $555,000. Filed Feb. 15.

Kumah, Evelyn, Bronx, New York. Seller: Mohammed Shaikh and Nadia Shaikh, New Milford. Property: 50 Merrimac St., Danbury. Amount: $305,000. Filed Feb. 13.

Grimes, Jane, Danbury. Seller: Livio Zarrella, Danbury. Property: 42 Lake Place North, Danbury. Amount: $328,000. Filed Feb. 14. Gritman, Natalia O. and Joao G. Dasilva, Wappinger Falls, New York. Seller: Luis Eduardo Rosas and Rudeline Rosas, Danbury. Property: 2 Aspen Way, Danbury. Amount: $250,000. Filed Feb. 15. Guevara, Vilma and Fredis Guevara, Danbury. Seller: Augusto DaSilva Enterprises LLC, Danbury. Property: 25 Beckerle St., Danbury. Amount: $335,000. Filed Feb. 15. Gutis, Joyal and Mark P. Gutis, Wethersfield. Seller: Mark P. Gutis and M. Joyal Gutis, Brookfield. Property: 32-34 Farview Road, Brookfield. For an unknown amount paid. Filed Feb. 5. Harris, Shanon and Latanya Colon Harris, Danbury. Seller: Gagnesh Gupta and Ashima Gupta, Bridgewater, New Jersey. Property: 28 Tobins Court, Danbury. Amount: $430,000. Filed Feb. 8. Johnson, Robert, Weston. Seller: Diane M. Slovak, Westport. Property: Lot 1, Map 2668, Westport. Amount: $720,000. Filed Jan. 10.

Medina, Atilio, East Elmhurst, New York. Seller: Corbo Associates Inc., Roxbury. Property: Lot 17, Map 7596, Newtown. Amount: $570,000. Filed Feb. 16.

Kutler, Joanna S. and Glen T. Kutler, Ridgefield. Seller: Toll Connecticut III Limited Partnership, Danbury. Property: 18 Winding Ridge Way, Danbury. Amount: $597,310. Filed Feb. 8.

Messenheimer, Kara D. and David J. Messenheimer, Portland, Oregon. Seller: Edward Joseph Dillon III and Norann Dillon, Brookfield. Property: 3 Farview Road, Brookfield. Amount: $450,000. Filed Jan. 24.

Lerace, Vincent Anthony III and Daniel James Secore, New Milford. Seller: Arthur O. Kerley and Kathlyn S. kerley, Brookfield. Property: 13 Obtuse Rocks Road, Brookfield. Amount: $356,000. Filed Jan. 30.

Modeste-Williams, Suzette and Andy K. Williams, Brooklyn, New York. Seller: Michael Defreitas and Catherine Defreitas, Brookfield. Property: 8 Kimberly Drive, Brookfield. Amount: $390,000. Filed Jan. 24.

Levy, Elizabeth Tan and Daniel Aaron Levy, New Canaan. Seller: Thomas J. Trebat and Margaret M. Trebat, Westport. Property: 7 Rices Lane, Westport. Amount: $1.6 million. Filed Feb. 1.

Moreira, Leandro Dasilva and Anna P. Cavalcante-Souza, Danbury. Seller: Haiyan Wu, Oxford. Property: Unit B29 of Fairmont Condominium, Danbury. Amount: $115,000. Filed Feb. 8.

Levy, Myra and Malcolm I. Levy, Westport. Seller: Malcolm I. Levy and Myra Levy, Westport. Property: 13 Broadview Road, Westport. For an unknown amount paid. Filed Jan. 29.

Morse, Andrea and Robert Morse, New York, New York. Seller: SIR-2A Brightfield LLC, Westport. Property: 2 Brightfield Lane, Westport. For an unknown amount paid. Filed Feb. 13.

Lopatchenko, Artem I., Danbury. Seller: Sandra A. Pequigney, Danbury. Property: 20 E. Pembroke Road, Unit 70, Danbury. Amount: $116,500. Filed Feb. 5.

Mullen, Sophia Park and James Mullen, Scarsdale, New York. Seller: Francis L. Oaks and Maureen L. Oaks, Brookfield. Property: 138 N. Lake Shore Drive, Brookfield. Amount: $975,000. Filed Feb. 7.

Luis, Katelyn, Brookfield. Seller: Kevin P. Crowley and Guadalupe Crowley, Brookfield. Property: 793-16 Federal Road, Brookfield. Amount: $161,000. Filed Feb. 16.

Joyce, RoseMarie and William A. Joyce, Island Park, New York. Seller: Anthony D. Corona and Cristina M. Corona, Ridgefield. Property: 1 Shawe St., Danbury. Amount: $490,000. Filed Feb. 5.

Lupinska, Aneta, New Canaan. Seller: Helen M. Pierce, Darien. Property: Unit L44 of Clock Hill Homes, Darien. Amount: $220,000. Filed Feb. 7.

Kaczka, Kristeen M. and Robert A. Kaczka, Danbury. Seller: Jane Bristol Johnson and Jerry M. Bristol, Brookfield. Property: 44 Deer Run Road, Brookfield. Amount: $135,000. Filed Feb. 8.

Lyden-Kluss, Carleen and Robert Walker, Westport. Seller: Jon Eric Cook and Julie B. Cook, Westport. Property: 21 Davis Hill Road, Westport. Amount: $570,000. Filed Jan. 11.

Kalish, Suzanne and Andrew Kalish, Danbury. Seller: William J. Guglielmo and Raegan Guglielmo, Brookfield. Property: 17 N. Nabby Road, Brookfield. Amount: $194,000. Filed Feb. 1.

Maiolo, Michael R., Stamford. Seller: Victor Construction LLC, Westport. Property: 28 Heusted Drive, Greenwich. Amount: $2.7 million. Filed Feb. 16.

Kearney, Brittany, Brookfield. Seller: Linda White and Michael White, Brookfield. Property: 211 Whisconier Road, Brookfield. Amount: $293,000. Filed Feb. 22.

McNicholas, Kerri A., Darien. Seller: Paul J.B. O’Kane and Amy M. O’Kane, Darien. Property: 23 Rocaton Road, Darien. Amount: $1.6 million. Filed Feb. 8.

Mancebo, Marino, Bridgeport. Seller: Newton Holdings Realty LLC, Shelton. Property: 95-99 Wake St., Bridgeport. Amount: $160,000. Filed Feb. 15. McArdle, Tracey and James McArdle, Westport. Seller: Jamison R. Gagnier and Deborah A. Gagnier, Westport. Property: 89 Norfield Road, Westport. Amount: $970,000. Filed Feb. 1.

Muralidharan, Mrinalini and Srinath Kasturirangan, Ridgefield. Seller: James Pace and Kristina Pace, Brookfield. Property: Lot 9, Parkwood Estates, Brookfield. Amount: $485,000. Filed Feb. 9. Paeschen, Almar Van and Richard C. Hampson, New York, New York. Seller: Thomas F. Fitzgerald, Newtown. Property: Lot 37, Maps 6134-6137, Newtown. Amount: $670,000. Filed Feb. 16. Pascoa, Paula, Brookfield. Seller: Salvatore Camillieri and Christine Camillieri, Brookfield. Property: 22 Skyline Drive, Brookfield. Amount: $270,000. Filed Jan. 25. Paul, Zipporah and Justin M. Paul, Danbury. Seller: Richard Radachowsky, Danbury. Property: 7 Ta’Agan Point Drive, Danbury. Amount: $220,000. Filed Feb. 14.


Facts & Figures Payan, Patricia A. and Bayardo A. Martinez, Danbury. Seller: Dan K. Tang and Hong T. Tang, Shelton. Property: 28 Jefferson Ave., Danbury. Amount: $308,000. Filed Feb. 6. Peralta, Bolivar J., Danbury. Seller: Augusto DaSilva Enterprises LLC, Danbury. Property: 32 Farm St., Danbury. Amount: $335,000. Filed Feb. 13. Pereira, Yuri and Yan Pereira, Bridgeport. Seller: Anthony Herbon and Sylvia M. Roque, Felton, Kent. Property: 37 Ardmore St., Bridgeport. Amount: $189,000. Filed Feb. 12. Piellucci, Carolyn and Michael Dimarcantonio, Danbury. Seller: Carolyn Piellucci, Danbury. Property: 27 Crows Nest Lane, Unit 3E, Danbury. For an unknown amount paid. Filed Feb. 13. Portocarrero, Minoo and Nestor Portocarrero, Westport. Seller: Melissa Ciotoli, Westport. Property: Lot B-1, Map 7535, Westport. Amount: $805,000. Filed Jan. 30. Poushter, Ianne Z. and Bruce M. Poushter, Manlius, New York. Seller: Toll Connecticut III LP, Danbury. Property: 28 Moorland Drive, Danbury. Amount: $418,293. Filed Feb. 8. Price, Mary Beth and Jeffrey Price, Stamford. Seller: Hadi Alavian, Fairfield. Property: 29 Burroughs Road, Fairfield. Amount: $655,000. Filed Feb. 16. Priolo, Diane and Vincent Corso, Yorktown Heights, New York. Seller: Catharine S. Labine, Darien. Property: Lot 4, Map 399, Darien. Amount: $975,000. Filed Feb. 5. Ramirez, Sheila L. and William A. Ramirez, Bridgeport. Seller: Corie Saumell, Westport. Property: 34 Georgetown Road, Westport. Amount: $205,000. Filed Jan. 29. Rana, Hema J., Newtown. Seller: Toll Connecticut III LP, Danbury. Property: 21 Moorland Drive, Danbury. Amount: $402,649. Filed Feb. 7. Ritacco, Samantha C. and Richard R. Ritacco, Summit, New Jersey. Seller: Thomas D. Fleming and Julianne E. Fleming, Brookfield. Property: 4 Trailing Ridge Road, Brookfield. Amount: $833,000. Filed Feb. 9. Russo, Anna and Anthony Russo, Valhalla, New York. Seller: James Manchisi and Margaret M. Manchisi, Danbury. Property: 15 Winding Ridge Way, Danbury. Amount: $665,000. Filed Feb. 6. Samartino, Nicole M. and James N. Cohen, Astoria, New York. Seller: Teresa Bria, Auburn, California. Property: 236 Godfrey Road East, Westport. Amount: $493,000. Filed Feb. 15.

Schantz, Rena I. and Pradeep G. Crasto, Greenwich. Seller: 12 Nimitz Place LLC, Darien. Property: 12 Nimitz Place, Greenwich. Amount: $2.1 million. Filed Feb. 12. Seitz, Danielle N., Darien. Seller: Gregg M. Karas and Kimberly L. Karas, Darien. Property: Parcel B, Map 4192, Darien. Amount: $750,000. Filed Feb. 16. Selinger, Paul, Greenwich. Seller: Donald J. Selinger, Greenwich. Property: 42 High St., Greenwich. Amount: $550,000. Filed Feb. 15. Shlomo, Michael, Fairfield. Seller: U.S. Bank NA, Bridgeport. Property: 248-250 Dewey St., Bridgeport. Amount: $76,000. Filed Feb. 13. Simonte, Jennifer Strom, Westport. Seller: Hugh E. Haas and Merideth M. Hass, Westport. Property: 21 Duck Pond Road, Westport. Amount: $1.2 million. Filed Feb. 13. Smith, Cynthia and Timothy Smith, Greenwich. Seller: Cecile P. Abbuzzese, Greenwich. Property: 17 Valley Road, Greenwich. Amount: $683,550. Filed Feb. 15. Smith, Nora J. and Gregory P. Smith, Newtown. Seller: Steven H. Sundell and Noreen Sundell, Newtown. Property: 12 Winter Ridge Road, Newtown. Amount: $635,000. Filed Feb. 16. Song, Joan Yunhwa and Ken Dongkon Song, Centreville, Virginia. Seller: Janice A. Fiaschetti, Brookfield. Property: 163 South St., Unit 78, Danbury. Amount: $153,000. Filed Feb. 5. Spencer, Hannah and Vincent Spencer, New Rochelle, New York. Seller: John Palmieri and Patricia Palmieri, Hingham, Massachusetts. Property: Plot A, Map 9958, Westport. Amount: $1.5 million. Filed Feb. 12. Stanciu, Jessica, Essa Audi and Sorin Stanciu, Greenwich. Seller: Martin Ibanez, Greenwich. Property: Lot 96, Meadow Brook Park, Greenwich. For an unknown amount paid. Filed Feb. 13. Stern, Yossi, Stamford. Seller: Gil A. Stern, Brookfield. Property: 74 Candlewood Lake Road, Brookfield. Amount: $350,000. Filed Jan. 31. Straus, Katherine C. and John C. Straus, Greenwich. Seller: Ruth A. Fattori, Greenwich. Property: 29 Pecksland Road, Greenwich. For an unknown amount paid. Filed Feb. 16. Strickland, Elliott, Bronx, New York. Seller: Juanita Villanueva, Bridgeport. Property: 1153 Capitol Ave., Bridgeport. Amount: $265,000. Filed Feb. 15.

Taweh, Ziad Michael, Southbury. Seller: Andrew Jesser, Danbury. Property: 6 Holly Lane, Brookfield. Amount: $350,000. Filed Jan. 25. Tenempaguay, Juan M., Danbury. Seller: Ellis A. Tarlton Jr. and Justine C. Tarlton, Roxbury. Property: 34 Pleasant St., Danbury. Amount: $290,000. Filed Feb. 15.

Foley, Sue and Craig W. Foley, et al. Creditor: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Farmington. Property: 57 Ball Pond Road, Danbury. Mortgage default. Filed Feb. 13. Giannattasio, Cristina, et al. Creditor: U.S. Bank NA, Highlands Ranch, Colorado. Property: 84 Cornell St., Bridgeport. Delinquent common charges. Filed Feb. 13.

Ullathorne, Kathleen Marie and Christopher Martin Ullathorne, Duxbury, Massachusetts. Seller: Carmen Rivera, Danbury. Property: 402 Larson Drive, Danbury. Amount: $257,000. Filed Feb. 13.

Keuhn, Dolores A. Rigney, et al. Creditor: Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. Property: 34 Longview Drive, Brookfield. Mortgage default. Filed Feb. 5.

Valencia, Angelica and Oscar Medina, Stamford. Seller: Cardoso Enterprises LLC, Fairfield. Property: 124 Black Rock Ave., Fairfield. Amount: $499,000. Filed Feb. 13.

Lang, Gary W., et al. Creditor: JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Jacksonville, Florida. Property: 9 Powder Horn Hill Road, Brookfield. Mortgage default. Filed Feb. 9.

Whalen, Michael P., Long Island City, New York. Seller: Jack Van Hulst and Wiesje Van Hulst, Westport. Property: Lot 30, Map 2878, Westport. Amount: $880,000. Filed Feb. 7.

Lopez, Manuel R., et al. Creditor: Wilmington Savings Fund Society, Anaheim, California. Property: 368 Broad St., Bridgeport. Mortgage default. Filed Feb. 15.

Yang, Xu, Newtown. Seller: Tongming Chen and Lan Chen, Newtown. Property: Lot 21, Map 7300, Newtown. Amount: $487,500. Filed Feb. 16. Yantorno, Karine Stewart, Alan Yantorno and Julie G. Stewart, Greenwich. Seller: Julie G. Stewart, Greenwich. Property: Lot 5, Map of Schubert Property, Greenwich. For an unknown amount paid. Filed Feb. 14. Zemel, Allegra Gatti, Westport. Seller: Paul Marthers and Janet Marthers, Decatur, Georgia. Property: 110 C Imperial Ave., Westport. Amount: $1.2 million. Filed Feb. 6. Zizzo, Emmanuel A., Norwalk. Seller: Marcos Reinheimer, Shelton. Property: 361 Pequonnock St., Bridgeport. Amount: $107,500. Filed Feb. 12.

McClain, Prestine, et al. Creditor: U.S. Bank NA, Highlands Ranch, Colorado. Property: 33 Wooster Heights, Danbury. Mortgage default. Filed Feb. 14. Nieves, Marangely, et al. Creditor: Village Capital & Investment LLC, Lake Zurich, Illinois. Property: 2904 E. Main St., Bridgeport. Mortgage default. Filed Feb. 12. Pires, Jose Antonio, et al. Creditor: The Bank of New York Mellon, Highlands Ranch, Colorado. Property: 183 Livingston Place, Unit 12, Bridgeport. Delinquent common charges. Filed Feb. 13. Stiewing, Deborah O., et al. Creditor: Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, Rocky Hill. Property: 1 Wills Road, Newtown. Mortgage default. Filed Feb. 16.

JUDGMENTS FORECLOSURES Davis, Tammy B., et al. Creditor: Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, Rocky Hill. Property: 37 Trowel St., Bridgeport. Mortgage default. Filed Feb. 13. Deleon, Abnedis, et al. Creditor: Wilmington Savings Fund Society, Anaheim, California. Property: 85 Wilcox St., Bridgeport. Mortgage default. Filed Feb. 13. Donato, Loscalzo, et al. Creditor: U.S. Bank NA, Highlands Ranch, Colorado. Property: 560 Lake Ave., Greenwich. Mortgage default. Filed Feb. 12.

Camarota, Kathleen, Brookfield. $543 in favor of Western Connecticut Home Care Inc., Danbury, by Flanagan & Peat, Danbury. Property: 36 Iron Works Hill Road, Brookfield. Filed Feb. 8.

Palmer, Tony, et al., Westport. $47,310 in favor of Ash Creek Holdings LLC, Westport, by Willinger, Willinger & Bucci PC, Bridgeport. Property: 485 Main St., Westport. Filed Feb. 12.

Demetrius, Nicholas T., Danbury. $7,080 in favor of Discover Bank, New Albany, Ohio, by Schreiber/Cohen LLC, Salem, New Hampshire. Property: 5 Orwich Court, Danbury. Filed Feb. 5.

Riley, Robin, Newtown. $858 in favor of Midland Funding LLC, San Diego, California, by Schreiber/Cohen LLC, Salem, New Hampshire. Property: 17 Crabapple Lane, Newtown. Filed Feb. 12.

Felizardo, Mike S., Danbury. $6,445 in favor of Discover Bank, New Albany, Ohio, by Law Offices of Howard Lee Schiff PC, East Hartford. Property: 31 Purcell Drive West, Danbury. Filed Feb. 7.

Rivera, Adam, Brookfield. $3,425 in favor of Danbury Hospital, Danbury, by Flanagan & Peat, Danbury. Property: 23 Silvermine Manor, Brookfield. Filed Feb. 8.

Freitag, Maria, et al., Weston. $7,744 in favor of Western Connecticut Medical Group, Danbury, by Flanagan & Peat, Danbury. Property: 7 Tobacco Road, Weston. Filed Feb. 7. Freitag, Maria, et al., Weston. $444 in favor of Western Connecticut Medical Group, Danbury, by Flanagan & Peat, Danbury. Property: 7 Tobacco Road, Weston. Filed Feb. 7. Holton, Thomas B., Brookfield. $3,940 in favor of Danbury Hospital, Danbury, by Flanagan & Peat, Danbury. Property: 84 Ironworks Hill Road, Brookfield. Filed Jan. 29. Jones, Barbara, Bridgeport. $4,966 in favor of Midland Funding LLC, San Diego, California, by Schreiber/Cohen LLC, Salem, New Hampshire. Property: 175 Chamberlain Ave., Bridgeport. Filed Feb. 15. Martinez, Joel, Danbury. $1,762 in favor of Credit Management Corp., Westbrook, by John N. Rich, Westbrook. Property: 13 Orchard St., Danbury. Filed Feb. 5. McCarty, Richard W., Brookfield. $13,092 in favor of The Connecticut Light & Power Co., Windsor, by Nair & Levin PC, Bloomfield. Property: 12 1/2 Richards Road, Brookfield. Filed Jan. 29.

Biasetti, Laurie, Brookfield. $695 in favor of Danbury Hospital, Danbury, by Flanagan & Peat, Danbury. Property: 47 Old Middle Road, Brookfield. Filed Feb. 8.

McClintock, Carole, Weston. $11,900 in favor of Costello, Brennan and Devidas PC, Fairfield. Property: 48 Sachem Road, Weston. Filed Jan. 10.

Blackman, Stefanie L., Brookfield. $4,289 in favor of Danbury Hospital, Danbury, by Flanagan & Peat, Danbury. Property: 13 Fieldstone Road, Brookfield. Filed Feb. 8.

McCrea, Melonie, Danbury. $2,478 in favor of Cavalry SPV I LLC, Valhalla, New York, by Schreiber/Cohen LLC, Salem, New Hampshire. Property: 15 Lois St., Danbury. Filed Feb. 13.

Brock, Melonie, Danbury. $1,438 in favor of Midland Funding LLC, San Diego, California, by Schreiber/ Cohen LLC, Salem, New Hampshire. Property: 15 Lois St., Danbury. Filed Feb. 5.

McDonough, Tom, Newtown. $2,962 in favor of Midland Funding LLC, San Diego, California, by Schreiber/Cohen LLC, Salem, New Hampshire. Property: 15 Northridge Drive, Newtown. Filed Feb. 12. Myers, Gene, Bridgeport. $24,908 in favor of Montano Cigarette Candy & Tobacco Inc., by Eric H. Opin, Milford. Property: 276 Pasadena Place, Bridgeport. Filed Feb. 15.

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Shliger, Steven, Danbury. $1,488 in favor of Slomin’s Inc., Hicksville, New York, by Law Offices of Bruce E. Bergman, Hartford. Property: 31 Kilian Drive, Danbury. Filed Feb. 15. Stuart, Caroline, Weston. $953 in favor of Midland Funding LLC, San Diego, California, by Schreiber/Cohen LLC, Salem, New Hampshire. Property: 72 Georgetown Road, Weston. Filed Jan. 25. Traisman, Yuri, Greenwich. $5,095 in favor of E. L. Wagner Company Inc., Danbury, by Louis Volpintesta Jr., Stamford. Property: 1 Indian Chase Drive, Greenwich. Filed Feb. 15.

LEASES LRM Inc., by Robert E. Manna Jr. Landlord: 23 Commerce LLC, Newtown. Property: 23 Commerce Road, Newtown. Term: 21 years, commencing April 14, 2017. Filed Feb. 14. WWSCT LLC, by Joseph Winters. Landlord: Milo Galante Trust. Property: 283-285 White St., Danbury. Term: 10 years, commenced March 31, 2016. Filed Feb. 8. WWSCT LLC, by Joseph Winters. Landlord: Beaver Brook Group LLC. Property: 307 White St., Danbury. Term: 10 years, commenced March 31, 2016. Filed Feb. 8.

LIENS FEDERAL TAX LIENS-FILED Barbara, Marcia Santa and Jardiel Barbara, 4863 Preachers Hollow Trail, Fairfield. $11,218, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 14. Bauer, Heather and Ross Bauer, 21 Woods Grove Road, Westport. $72,089, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 1.

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Facts & Figures Blount Sr., Catherine C. and Peter C. Blount, 606 Post Road East, Apt. 683, Westport. $16,022, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 5. Buestan, Juan D. Macancela, 8 Whitlock St., Apt. 1, Danbury. $10,949, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 13. Byrne, Naula A. and Jebb Douglas, 69 Richmondville Ave., Westport. $76,459, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 1. Connecticut Laminated & Millwork Inc., 40 South St., Danbury. $36,081, quarterly payroll taxes. Filed Feb. 5. Daly, Patricia and Olaseni Shoroye, 23 Backus Ave., Danbury. $57,875, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 5. Flanagan, Todd, 139 High Meadow Road, Westport. $31,219, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 1. Hankins, Susan M. and John R. Gulash, 201 Alqonquin Road, Fairfield. $273,129, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 14. Lake, Judith Y. and Jonathan R. Lake, 40 Hillspoint Road, Westport. $83,912, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 5.

Murray, Mary, 6 Marion Road, Westport. $91,578, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 12. Pinto, Lucas, 81 Amerimac St., Apt. 2, Danbury. $53,918, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 5. Preferred Air Systems Inc., 15 Federal Road, Danbury. $8,274, quarterly payroll taxes. Filed Feb. 13. Ritzzo Electric Inc., 13 White Birch Ridge, Weston. $9,703, corporate income taxes, payroll taxes and quarterly payroll taxes. Filed Jan. 17. Tirola, Kristen H. and Douglas Tirola, 118 Myrtle Ave., Westport. $14,622, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 12. Vargas, Maximo G., 33 Division St., Apt. 1, Danbury. $6,801, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 5. Wise, Harry H., 123 Harbor Road, Apt. 206, Fairfield. $1.2 million, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 14. Zwiebach, Martin, 53 Singing Oaks Drive, Weston. $88,627, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Jan. 17.

FEDERAL TAX LIENSRELEASED Amison-Loring, D. and William Loring, 15 Pleasant Drive, Danbury. $17,263, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 13. Brosler, Bruce, 1128 Burr St., Fairfield. $20,285, failure to collect or pay tax penalty. Filed Feb. 14. Carney, Beth and Gerard C. Carney, 29 Alden St., Fairfield. $65,487, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 14.

Feli, Jamie M. and Jason R. Feli, 76 Parmalee Hill Road, Newtown. $26,292, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 12.

Papageorge, Linda A., 10 Glenndenning St., Norwalk. $15,714, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 14.

Westport Music Center LLC, 1460 Post Road East, Westport. $21,827, quarterly payroll taxes. Filed Feb. 5.

Flores-Fraser, Antonio, 164 S. King St., Danbury. $112,812, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 13.

Perez, Jose Vincent, P.O. Box 924, Stamford. $18,014, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 14.

MECHANIC’S LIENS-FILED

Frydman, Perry, 12 Edgerton St., Darien. $54,950, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 13. Frydman, Perry, 12 Edgerton St., Darien. $47,495, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 13.

Petrafesa, John J., 51 Cynthia Drive, Fairfield. $24,157, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 14. Ricciardella, Josephine and Gianfranco Ricciardella, 6 Sherwood Farms, Westport. $31,264, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 12.

Greenfield, J. and I. Netzer Greenfield, 5 Jackie Lane, Westport. $50,629, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 12.

Sutherland, James, 1 Woodcreek Road, Brookfield. $79,163, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 13.

Cook, Julie B., 21 Davies Hill Road, Weston. $16,718, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Jan. 31.

Lantier, Stephanie M. and Anthony J. Lantier, 9 Keyser Road, Westport. $29,545, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 12.

Teeking, Moira M. and Dennis B. Teeking, 74 Riverford Road, Brookfield. $141,668, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 5.

Daniel, Kelly S. and Brett W. Daniel, 91 Knollwood Lane, New Canaan. $6,897, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 14.

Maplewood Norumbrga Point Alf LLC, 1 Gorham Island, Suite 100, Westport. $12,765, payroll taxes. Filed Feb. 5.

Tiru, Roman, 11 Derby Court, Brookfield. $31,228, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 5.

De Oliveira, J. B. De and Roberto A. Longo, 20 Cozy Hollow Road, Danbury. $10,055, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 22.

Mariani, Carolyn A., 15 New Lebbon Road, Newtown. $60,564, quarterly payroll taxes. Filed Feb. 12.

Cook, Jon E., 21 Davies Hill Road, Weston. $62,711, property taxes. Filed Jan. 31.

Weiss, Marcelle C. and Marcio O. Alencar, 23 Franklin St., Unit 1, Danbury. $1,477, a tax debt on income earned. Filed Feb. 13.

Bialik, Scott, Danbury. Filed by JM Construction, Brookfield, by Joseph Matias. Property: 5 Wilderswood Way, Danbury. Amount: $26,800. Filed Feb. 13. More, Lisa Ann, Greenwich. Filed by East Coast Building Supplies LLC, Brookfield, by Davide Mendonca. Property: 504 Indian Field Road, Greenwich. Amount: $1,525. Filed Feb. 15. Priou, Masoomeh and Michel Priou, Greenwich. Filed by Interstate + Lakeland Lumber Corp., Greenwich, by Sheldon Kahan. Property: 61 Hillside Drive, Greenwich. Amount: $1,525. Filed Feb. 16. Stetson Place Association Inc., Danbury. Filed by Add Ventures Construction Services LLC, New Jersey, by Todd Vignola. Property: 4 Padanaram Road, Danbury. Amount: $95,599. Filed Feb. 13.

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Facts & Figures Techno Market LLC, Danbury. Filed by Electrical Contractors LLC, Norwalk, by Mario Paulo. Property: 7 Backus Ave., Danbury. Amount: $11,295. Filed Feb. 15.

MECHANIC’S LIENSRELEASED Berkey, Duane, Westport. Released by EBC Security LLC, by Leslie Byelas. Property: 6 Parsell Lane, Westport. Amount: $2,105. Filed Feb. 5. Book, Stacy L. and James R. Book, Darien. Released by Jr. Landscape Service LLC, by Greg Twardy Jr. Property: 2265 Boston Post Road, Darien. Amount: $19,037. Filed Feb. 5. Centerline Interior LLC, Westport. Released by Probuild Company LLC, East Hartford, by Mark Lefsyk. Property: Lot A, Map 6834, Westport. Amount: $26,124. Filed Feb. 13. Montanary, Jennifer A., Darien. Released by Jr. Landscape Service LLC, by Greg Twardy Jr. Property: 7 Miles Road, Darien. Amount: $14,326. Filed Feb. 5.

LIS PENDENS

CTRealty09 LLC, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by The Law Office of Juda J. Epstein, Bridgeport, for the Water Pollution Control Authority for the city of Bridgeport. Property: 1071-1075 Iranistan Ave., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on sewer-use liens for the nonpayment of sewer-use fees and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Feb. 12. Custodio, Daniel A., et al., Danbury. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, Rocky Hill. Property: 41 Aunt Hack Road, Danbury. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $224,800, dated December 2014. Filed Feb. 8. Daniels, Wesley J., et al., Bridgeport. Filed by The Law Office of Juda J. Epstein, Bridgeport, for the Water Pollution Control Authority for the city of Bridgeport. Property: 86 Catherine St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on sewer-use liens for the nonpayment of sewer-use fees and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Feb. 12. Dixon Sr., Kenneth A., et al., Danbury. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Wells Fargo Bank NA, Frederick, Maryland. Property: 9 Mallory St., Danbury. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $166,920, dated July 2009. Filed Feb. 20.

Backos, Antonios C., et al., Greenwich. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. Property: 311 Riversville Road, Greenwich. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $887,900, dated December 2005. Filed Feb. 14.

Eberheim, Cameron, et al., Greenwich. Filed by Frankel & Berg, Norwalk, for Palmer Point Condominium Association Inc., et al. Property: 11 River Road, Unit 106, Greenwich. Action: to foreclose on a condominium lien for delinquent common charges and assessments and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Feb. 12.

Beaudoin, Donna, et al., Danbury. Filed by Sandler, Hansen & Alexander LLC, Middletown, for Sterling Woods Master Association Inc. Property: 1801 Revere Road, Unit 1801, Danbury. Action: to foreclose on a condominium lien for delinquent common charges and assessments and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Feb. 13.

Fuller, Brian P., et al., Danbury. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Nationstar Mortgage LLC, Coppell, Texas. Property: 65 Ball Pond Road, Danbury. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $231,000, dated July 2009. Filed Feb. 7.

Cernica, Nedzad, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by The Law Office of Juda J. Epstein, Bridgeport, for the Water Pollution Control Authority for the city of Bridgeport. Property: 55-57 Poplar St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on sewer-use liens for the nonpayment of sewer-use fees and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Feb. 12.

Gordon, Bruce S., et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Bender, Anderson and Barba PC, North Haven, for Success Village Apartments Inc., North Haven. Property: Apt. 23, Building 77 of Success Village Condominium, Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a condominium lien for delinquent common charges and assessments and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Feb. 8.

Cohen, Hillary M., et al., Danbury. Filed by McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce LLC, Hartford, for PHH Mortgage Corp. Property: 166 Old Brookfield Road, Unit 8-6, Danbury. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $201,700, dated May 2004. Filed Feb. 14.

Grace, Charles N., et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Marinosci Law Group PC, Warwick, Rhode Island, for Nationstar Mortgage LLC, Coppell, Texas. Property: Lot 197, Map 1, Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $183,500, dated March 2011. Filed Feb. 15.

Green, Kevin D., et al., Westport. Filed by McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce LLC, Hartford, for JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Columbus, Ohio. Property: 35 Gorham Ave., Westport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $250,000, dated January 2008. Filed Feb. 7.

Rhinvil, Rose, Bridgeport. Filed by Kapusta, Otzel & Averaimo, Milford, for Wells Fargo Bank NA, Frederick, Maryland. Property: 677-679 William St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $216,000, dated July 2005. Filed Feb. 13.

Lewis, Gertrude, et al., Newtown. Filed by McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce LLC, Hartford, for Citibank NA, O’Fallon, Missouri. Property: 13 Bears Hill Road, Newtown. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $532,500, dated April 2006. Filed Feb. 14.

Rullo, Deni P., et al., Danbury. Filed by Candace V. Fay, Danbury, for Larson Investments LLC. Property: 25 Holley Lane, Danbury. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount. Filed Feb. 6.

Loyola, Edgard, et al., Danbury. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for U.S. Bank NA, trustee, Salt Lake City, Utah. Property: 55 Mill Plain Road, Unit 18-1, Danbury. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $215,200, dated April 2005. Filed Feb. 13. McKenzie, Nicole, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by The Law Office of Juda J. Epstein, Bridgeport, for the Water Pollution Control Authority for the city of Bridgeport. Property: 72 Granfield Ave., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on sewer-use liens for the nonpayment of sewer-use fees and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Feb. 12. Moroney, Erinjeanne, et al., Brookfield. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for ARCPE 1 LLC. Property: 10 Nutmeg Lane, Unit 44, Brookfield. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $25,800, dated August 2003. Filed Feb. 6. Muller, Robert C., et al., Danbury. Filed by Frankel & Berg, Norwalk, for Arrowwood Condominium Association Inc. Property: 20 E. Pembroke Road, Unit 56, Danbury. Action: to foreclose on a condominium lien for delinquent common charges and assessments and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Feb. 13. Olschan, Phyllis, et al., Danbury. Filed by McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce LLC, Hartford, for CIT Bank NA. Property: 14 South St., Building 6, Unit 29, Danbury. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $434,850, dated September 2005. Filed Feb. 13. Quirk, Kathryn A., et al., Darien. Filed by McCalla Raymer Leibert Pierce LLC, Hartford, for JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Columbus, Ohio. Property: 445 Hollow Tree Ridge Road, Darien. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount, dated October 2007. Filed Feb. 2.

Schneider, Ingrid B., et al., Danbury. Filed by Sandler, Hansen & Alexander LLC, Middletown, for Sterling Woods Master Association Inc. Property: 135 Logging Trail, Unit 135, Danbury. Action: to foreclose on a condominium lien for delinquent common charges and assessments and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Feb. 13. Smith, Barry, et al., Weston. Filed by Bendett and McHugh PC, Farmington, for Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., Salt Lake City, Utah. Property: 4 Pilgrim Lane, Weston. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $712,000, dated September 2006. Filed Jan. 8. Storfer, Stephen P., et al., Westport. Filed by Benjamin S. Proto Jr., Stratford, for Paramount Equity Mortgage LLC. Property: 42 Kings Highway South, Westport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $473,085, dated September 2015. Filed Feb. 15. Thibeault, Harley, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Marinosci Law Group PC, Warwick, Rhode Island, for Bank of America NA, Charlotte, North Carolina. Property: Unit 48 in Old Town Common Condominium, Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $119,400, dated October 2014. Filed Feb. 15. Torres-Valario, Lorenzo, et al., Bridgeport. Filed by The Law Office of Juda J. Epstein, Bridgeport, for Benchmark Municipal Tax Services Ltd., Bridgeport. Property: 2110 E. Main St., Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on tax liens levied by the city of Bridgeport against the owner and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Feb. 15. Ullaguari, Anibal E., et al., Danbury. Filed by O’Connell, Attmore & Morris LLC, Hartford, for The Bank of New York Mellon, New York, New York. Property: 5 Skyline Drive, Danbury. Action: to foreclose on a delinquent mortgage in the original principal amount of $250,400, dated March 2006. Filed Feb. 13.

Virgile, Frantz H., et al., Bridgeport. Filed by Zeldes, Needle & Cooper PC, Bridgeport, for Black Rock Condominium Association Inc. Property: 132 Bennett St., Unit 104, Bridgeport. Action: to foreclose on an association lien for delinquent common charges and associates and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Feb. 16. Worthington, Tanya, et al., Danbury. Filed by Cramer & Anderson LLP, New Milford, for Racing Brook Meadows 1 Condominium Association Inc. Property: Unit 16 14E-1 in The Racing Brook Meadows Condominium, Danbury. Action: to foreclose on a condominium lien for delinquent common charges and assessments and take immediate possession of the premises. Filed Feb. 7.

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Mattera Construction 6 Crystal Circle LLC, Westport, by Walter Mattera. Lender: Fairfield County Bank, Fairfield. Property: 6 Crystal Circle, Westport. Amount: $1.5 million. Filed Feb. 16. Outdoor Design and Living LLC, Fairfield, by Christopher Palmer. Lender: 1301 Bronson Road LLC, Fairfield. Property: 1285 Bronson Road, Fairfield. Amount: $1.8 million. Filed Feb. 13. RDR 5520 LLC, Trumbull, by Robert D. Russo. Lender: Union Savings Bank, Danbury. Property: 5520 Park Ave., Units 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Bridgeport. Amount: $11 million. Filed Feb. 13. RDR Unit 8 LLC, Trumbull, by Robert D. Russo. Lender: Union Savings Bank, Danbury. Property: 5520 Park Ave., Bridgeport. Amount: $3 million. Filed Feb. 13.

11 Old Hyde Road LLC, Weston, by Carol A. Magdan. Lender: United Bank, South Windsor. Property: 11 Old Hyde Road, Weston. Amount: $350,000. Filed Jan. 23.

RF1 LLC, South Norwalk, by Ryan A. Fletcher. Lender: The Guilford Savings Bank, Guilford. Property: 693 Boston Post Road, Darien. Amount: $825,000. Filed Feb. 13.

194-196 Adams Street LLC, Norwalk, by Dimitrios Topalidis. Lender: Stormfield Capital Funding 1 LLC, Southport. Property: 194 Adams St., Bridgeport. Amount: $65,000. Filed Feb. 15.

RMI Fairfield LLC, Fairfield, by Darin Ingels. Lender: Webster Bank NA, Waterbury. Property: 22 Fairfield Place, Fairfield. Amount: $540,000. Filed Feb. 14.

23 Commerce LLC, Newtown, by Robert E. Manna Jr. Lender: Housatonic Industrial Development Corp., Danbury. Property: 23 Commerce Road, Newtown. Amount: $534,000. Filed Feb. 14. 31 Imperial Ave. LLC, Westport, by Robert F. Sprouls. Lender: Fairfield County Bank, Fairfield. Property: 31 Imperial Ave., Westport. Amount: $960,000. Filed Feb. 16. 6EM LLC, Westport, by Domenico Antonelli. Lender: First County Bank, Stamford. Property: 6 E. Main St., Westport. Amount: $452,000. Filed Feb. 13. 6EM LLC, Westport, by Domenico Antonelli. Lender: First County Bank, Stamford. Property: 6 E. Main St., Westport. Amount: $362,000. Filed Feb. 13. Hart Holdings LLC, Westport, by Roger P. Ferris. Lender: Connecticut Community Bank NA, Westport. Property: 3 Broad St., Weston. Amount: $1.4 million. Filed Feb. 1. M&C Zeoli LLC, Westport, by Michael A. Zeoli. Lender: Fairfield County Bank, Fairfield. Property: 329 Wilton Road, Westport. Amount: $150,000. Filed Feb. 8.

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Sand Trap Realty LLC, Brookfield, by Scott C. Apgar. Lender: Union Savings Bank, Danbury. Property: 80 and 81 Commerce Drive, Brookfield. Amount: $650,000. Filed Jan. 31. Shadowlake Properties LLC, Ridgefield, by Michael O’Mahoney III. Property: Newtown Savings Bank, Newtown. Property: 56 Lake Avenue Extension, Danbury. Amount: $160,000. Filed Feb. 7. T & G Sales and Service LLC, Danbury, by Timothy Cooper. Lender: Newtown Savings Bank, Newtown. Property: 5 Starr St., Danbury. Amount: $194,000. Filed Feb. 7. T & G Sales and Service LLC, Danbury, by Timothy Cooper. Lender: New England Certified Development Corp., Wakefield, Mass. Property: 5 Starr St., Danbury. Amount: $162,000. Filed Feb. 7. Westport Real Estate Partners LLC, Newtown, by Levente Polyak. Lender: Newtown Savings Bank, Newtown. Property: 38 Fairfield Ave., Westport. Amount: $1.6 million. Filed Feb. 8.

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Winter Bros Transfer Stations of Connecticut LLC, by Brian D’Amico. Lender: Brightwood Loan Services LLC, New York, New York. Property: 283-285 White St., Danbury. Amount: $72 million. Filed Feb. 8. Winter Bros Transfer Stations of Connecticut LLC, by Brian D’Amico. Lender: Brightwood Loan Services LLC, New York, New York. Property: 14 Beaver Brook Road, Danbury. Amount: $72 million. Filed Feb. 8. Xynaptica Corp., Tarpon Springs, Florida., by Ares D. Axiotis. Lender: Flushing Bank, Uniondale, New York. Property: 937 Post Road, Fairfield. Amount: $670,000. Filed Feb. 12.

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Moderna of Connecticut, 52 Frank St., Stamford 06902, c/o Patrick Joseph Olsen. Filed Feb. 13. Mouthpeace Collaborative, 99 Haley Lane, Newtown 06482, c/o Zachary M. Kapple. Filed Feb. 16. Next Chapter Home Design, 15 E. Putnam Ave., Greenwich 06830, c/o John Russell Smith. Filed Feb. 13. Nutrends Expo Services LLC, 257 Federal Road, Brookfield 06804, c/o Christian Martirano. Filed Jan. 31. Ryder Transportation Services, 410 Howard Ave., Bridgeport 06605, c/o Ryder Truck Rental Inc. Filed Feb. 15. Saugatuck Financial, 274 Riverside Ave., Fourth floor, Westport 06880, c/o Justin Charise. Filed Feb. 12. Stony Hill Dental Care, 76 Stony Hill Road, Danbury 06810, c/o Bethel Family Dentistry PLLC. Filed Feb. 6. Sunshine Healthy Spa, 217 Bedford St., Stamford 06902, c/o Xiangshi Piao. Filed Feb. 15. Tos African Hair Braiding, 3874 Main St., Bridgeport 06606, c/o Loveth Ogumbiyi. Filed Feb. 14.

Elizabeth O. Murphy, 14 Saddle Ridge Road, Newtown 06470, c/o Elizabeth O. Murphy. Filed Feb. 13.

United Personal Care LLC, 60 Washington Terrace, Bridgeport 06604, c/o Vaderia Milton. Filed Feb. 13.

Fairway Builders LLC, 435 Silver St., Bridgeport 06610, c/o Sean Curran. Filed Feb. 13.

Viking Resource Group, 36 Mill Plain Road, Danbury 06811, c/o Wayne Bond. Filed Feb. 13.

Finish Line Computer Services, 9 Squire Court, Brookfield 06804, c/o Justin F. Gozzi. Filed Jan. 31.

Westport Builders Group, 11 Wake Robin Road, Westport 06880, c/o Midge Deverin. Filed Feb. 16.

Hunter, Villarroel & Associates, 10 Wright St., First floor, Westport 06880, c/o Ameriprise Financial Services Inc. Filed Jan. 29.

Women’s Integrative Health Medicine, 2 Greenwich Office Park, Suite 300, Greenwich 06831, c/o Bronwyn E.S. Fitz. Filed Feb. 14.

Jeff Schorer, 1720 Post Road East, Suite 215, Westport 06880, c/o Jeff Schorer. Filed Feb. 13.

XMO Recruiting, 9 Old North Stamford Road, Building 35A, Stamford 06905, c/o Ai Commercial Pringing Company LLC. Filed Feb. 14.

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Your Handyman, 41 Great Quarter Road, Newtown 06482, c/o Thomas Coppinger. Filed Feb. 15.

PATENTS Adaptive detector and auto mode for dynamics processor. Patent no. 9,900,689 issued to Richard A. Kreifeldt, South Jordan, Utah; Ajey Iyer, Murray, Utah. Assigned to Harman International Industries Inc., Stamford. Azaspiro[4.5] decane derivatives and use thereof. Patent no. 9,884,865 issued to Mark Youngman, North Wales, Pennsylvania; Laykea Tafesse, Robbinsville, New Jersey; and Jae Hyun Park, Chandler, Arizona. Assigned to Purdue Pharma LP, Stamford. Media systems controllers. Patent no. 9,892,692 issued to Shawn Nageli, South Jordan, Michigan; and Iain Gregory, Plymouth, Michigan. Assigned to Harman International Industries Inc., Stamford. Method to control the use of custom images. Patent no. 9,898,874 issued to Andrei Obrea, Seymour; and Frederick W. Ryan Jr., Oxford. Assigned to Pitney Bowes Inc., Stamford. Method, medium, and system for location-based gift identification. Patent no. 9,886,716 issued to Rodd Salvatore, Stamford. Assigned to GiftTitan.com LLC, Stamford. Oral care systems with mouthpiece. Patent no. 9,907,633 issued to Stephen H. Wolpo, Stamford. Assigned to Purdue Pharma LP, Stamford. Rapid startup with dynamic reservation capabilities for network communication systems. Patent no. 9,894,124 issued to David Olsen, Kaysville, Utah. Assigned to Harman International Industries Inc., Stamford. System for providing a secure video display. Patent no. 9,894,083 issued to Ronald Mraz, South Salem, New York; Jeffrey Menoher, Ridgefield; and Andrew Holmes, Stamford. Assigned to Owl Computing Technologies Inc., Ridgefield. Systems and methods for providing network access. Patent no. 9,911,267 issued to Paul D. Signorelli, Ridgefield; Sih Y. Lee, Northvale, New Jersey; Paul T. Breitenbach, Wilton; Daniel E. Tedesco, Huntington; and Dean P. Alderucci, Westport. Assigned to Investor Holdings LLC, Stamford. Tamper resistant solid dosage forms. Patent no. 9,895,317 issued to Richard S. Sackler, Greenwich. Assigned to Purdue Pharma LP, Stamford.


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