Fairfield, CT - Valley East Management has purchased 2150 Post Road in Fairfield, Connecticut.
2150 Post Road is a 50,000 square foot, class A, boutique office building located in the coastal town of Fairfield, Connecticut. The building was built in 1986 and has been meticulously maintained since construction. Known as “The Mill River Building” in Fairfield, 2150 Post Road is an architectural icon with convenient proximity to I-95 and walkability to the Fairfield Metro-North train station (0.6+/- miles). 2150 Post Road consistently maintains a stable occupancy, although choice suites are available for lease.
New ownership Valley East Building Management made its entry into the Connecticut market last year purchasing both 40 Richards Avenue and 200 Connecticut Avenue in Norwalk. Valley East is known for its hands-on approach to managing and leasing suburban office buildings.
Operating partner Jeffrey Supinsky is accessible to all tenants, anytime. “I pride myself on personal communication. Tenants can reach me by cell phone any day, any time, for any reason,” said Jeffrey of his management style.
Partner Bob Agahi reiterated, “We remain committed to suburban office. The pandemic has corporate America rethinking urban office occupancy, and the suburban office sector is poised to capitalize as a work-from-home alternative." Both partners agree that they "see value in suburban marketplaces and are looking to grow our portfolio substantially in the years ahead."
The group recently renovated the entire third floor of 40 Richards Avenue, turning the 18,000 sq ft space into a modern co-working space called NORWORX, which includes private closed-door offices, conference rooms, common areas, and all-inclusive modern amenities from advanced technology capabilities to building perks such as covered parking and a workout facility. A hospital grade air filtration system and strict PPE protocols are practiced, providing a safe-space productivity environment for one of the fastest growing virtual office segments in the country now that employees are feeling the need to separate their work and personal lives, reports the US Chamber of Commerce, and companies now need to provide “de-densified” workspace closer to home for its employees due to the shift to remote-first workforces.