BNR congratulates its client, Green Hub Development Corp. on its purchase of the Howland Hughes Building in downtown Waterbury, CT
Berlandi Nussbaum & Reitzas LLP (“BNR”) congratulates its client, Green Hub Development Corp. II, LLC (“Green Hub”) on its recent purchase of the Howland Hughes Building in downtown Waterbury, CT. The Howland Hughes Building, a five-story building located at 114-138 Bank Street, was originally constructed around 1903 and served as Waterbury’s first true department store.
Green Hub immediately began renovations and build-out of the roughly 114,00 square foot building. Green Hub revitalization of the Howland Hughes Building will accommodate nearly 400 employees from Post University, which has already signed a lease for the space. The first floor of the building will also have space for retail tenants. BNR attorneys were pleased to provide counsel to Green Hub on all aspects of real estate, title, zoning and state grant issues.
“This was a wonderful acquisition for our client,” stated partner, Brian Berlandi. “Green Hub will be taking a big role in helping to revitalize downtown Waterbury by bringing hundreds of employees downtown.”
A recent news story regarding the transaction can be found at: http://www.rep-am.com/news/news-local/2018/04/18/howland-hughes-building-sold-to-ny-developers/
Also providing counsel on the transaction were BNR partners Jamie Spannhake and Dan Leary.
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