STAMFORD, Conn. -- William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty announced Wednesday that the firm’s corporate headquarters has moved to the Harbor Point area of Stamford.
The firm, which has maintained its roots in Stamford since its founding in 1949, will now be based in the fast-growing South End of the city at 170 Washington Blvd.
“Our company has always been both deeply ingrained and deeply involved in the Stamford community, and as we head towards our 70-year anniversary, moving our headquarters right into the center of the tremendous growth our city is experiencing made perfect sense,” said Paul Breunich, president and CEO of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty.
The new headquarters strengthens the firm’s already established presence in Harbor Point, joining its brokerage office at 121 Towne St., adjacent to the Fairway Market and the more than 1,000 new apartments constructed on the site of the former Yale & Towne lock factory. The company said that its larger Harbor Point presence positions it to even better meet the rising demand for Harbor Point’s new housing, alongside its new office spaces, restaurants, shopping, marinas and acres of waterside parkland.
“I am excited to have our corporate headquarters and our retail operations together in this beautiful location,” said Breunich. “This is more than just a move for us: Stamford is part of our heritage, and from our new home in Harbor Point, we look forward to being part of the future of Stamford as well.”
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