Photo courtesy of the town of Fairfield

A single-story retail building in downtown Fairfield has traded hands for $2.44 million.

According to a warranty deed filed with the Fairfield town clerk’s office, an LLC controlled by a group of Connecticut investors based in West Hartford, Reading and other communities bought 1610 Post Road from local restaurateur and S&P Global managing director John Karageorge. Karageorge had bought the building in 2006 for $2.27 million.

The 4,500-square-foot building was erected in 1929, town property records show, and it contains three storefronts.

“We are thrilled to have facilitated this sale. The property generated substantial interest, thanks to its exceptional location in the heart of Fairfield Center and its provision of a private parking lot with 27 spaces. This sale reaffirms the enduring allure of the downtown business area, which continues to draw a vibrant consumer audience,” Angel Commercial LLC President John Angel said in a statement.

Angel was the sole broker in the transaction. The company’s emailed announcement of the sale billed it as “an investment deal” and noted it was fully leased to Greek restaurant Lantern Point Taverna, bakery Bonkers Cupcakes and clothing boutique BoHo Prep.