NORWALK, Conn. -- Online Trading Academy Norwalk, a global leader in the financial education industry, has relocated to a 4,489-square-foot office at 488 Main Ave. in Norwalk, Cushman & Wakefield announced.
“This is the ideal location for Online Trading Academy Norwalk,” said Steve Flege, general manager of the Online Trading Academy Norwalk Education Center. “We have had an increasing demand for investing and trading education in this region and we are excited to have a new center in Norwalk to support that growth.”
Cushman & Wakefield’s leasing team, led by executive director Steve Baker, director Adam Klimek, and associate director Bill Montague, represented Edgewood Capital Advisors, the landlord, in the deal.
The tenant was represented by Stephanie Coleman, formerly of Cresa Real Estate.
The building at “488 Main Avenue is now 90 percent leased,” Klimek said. “I attribute that to Edgewood Capital’s responsive and hands-on management approach. Their capital improvement program transformed the property into a unique, boutique office building with the most competitive rents on the Route 7/Merritt Parkway corridor. When combined with the building’s location and high parking ratio, 488 Main Avenue is the value alternative in the Class-A office market in this area.”
The 36,000-square-foot office building located at 488 Main Ave. is just off the Super 7 Connector in Norwalk. The building features a high-tech infrastructure with fiber capabilities and is within walking distance of numerous restaurants and retail outlets.
Edgewood Capital’s capital improvement program was recently completed and includes modernized lobbies, bathrooms, elevators and common areas, as well as updated and enhanced landscaping.
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