33 East Ave., New Canaan

Prudential Connecticut Commercial Real Estate recently brokered the sale of 33 East Ave. in New Canaan.

Lester Fradkoff, senior vice president of Prudential Connecticut Commercial Real Estate, represented both the seller, 33 East Avenue Assoc., and the buyer, 33-39 East Avenue LLC. The sale price for the building complex was $2 million.

The complex includes a half-acre of land and two buildings. The first building, which is utilized as a retail space, formerly housed a music store that recently consolidated its business to a Norwalk location. The 3,640-square-foot, 2-story building is currently vacant and available for lease.

The second building is a four-family residence. The two buildings total 7,200 square feet.

Prudential Connecticut Commercial Real Estate, located in Stamford, is an independently owned and operated member of the Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, one of the leading brokerage networks in North America.

Choyce Peterson Brokers Deals

Stamford-based Choyce Peterson Inc. has represented four companies in new real estate transactions in recent months, according to principals John Hannigan and Alan Peterson. Choyce Peterson solely represents tenants in the marketplace.

Martin Lucas & Chioffi has moved its offices to 177 Broad St. in Stamford, occupying 8,535 square feet. Jeffrey P. Williams, vice president at Choyce Peterson, represented the company in the transaction. Martin Lucas & Chioffi is a law firm that provides counsel in matters of corporate, real estate, litigation, and trusts and estates.

New England Marketing Research has renewed its lease at 200 Connecticut Ave. in Norwalk, continuing to occupy 4,900 square feet of space at the property. Bob Hopper, vice president of Choyce Peterson, represented New England Marketing Research, a qualitative focus group facility.

Columbus IT Partner USA, Inc. has relocated its Stamford office to 750 Washington Blvd. in Stamford and is subleasing 3,839 square feet of space. John P. Hannigan, principal, and Steve Lash, associate, of Choyce Peterson represented Columbus IT, a global technology consulting company that specializes in improving the performance of companies’ operations by implementing ERP, BI and CRM systems. The company is based in Copenhagen, Denmark.

“It was a pleasure to work with John and Steve again. Due to our long-term partnership, they played a crucial role in assessing our needs and requirements for our new office space,” said Jim Bretschneider, managing director of Columbus IT Partner USA.

Olin Corp. has relocated its office to 88 Danbury Road in Wilton, leasing 5,000 square feet of space. Jeffrey P. Williams, vice president at Choyce Peterson, represented Olin Corp., which is a leading producer of copper alloys, ammunition and chlorine and caustic soda.

According to Peter C. Kosche of Olin, “Jeff was always there for us, whether it was to negotiate the lease terms, deal with issues with the architect and builder or address issues with the landlord. He was a great person to have on our team.”

Choyce Peterson Inc. is a commercial real estate brokerage firm based in Fairfield and Westchester counties, exclusively representing corporate tenants on a local and national basis. The 8-year-old firm specializes in a process that provides clients with leverage, objectivity and experience and has completed millions of square feet of tenant representation transactions for its clients in 42 states and Canada.