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Author: Building and Land Technology

Harbor Point cluster sale puts Stamford on big map

It’s a transformation that began in the South End, where Carl Kuehner and his Building and Land Technology are quickly growing the Harbor Point millennial playground — a $3.5 billion undertaking. Other developers have followed suit in recent years, with the downtown catering to a younger crowd and formerly residential neighborhoods getting urban and commercial makeovers....

Stamford Harbor Point apartment buildings sell for almost $400 million

A Manhattan real estate firm has acquired five apartment buildings in the Harbor Point development in the city’s South End for approximately $395 million, in Stamford’s largest real estate deal since the last recession. GAIA Real Estate and four institutional partners acquired the properties from Building and Land Technology and the Lubert-Adler Real Estate Funds. The portfolio includes The Key at Yale & Towne, Vault Apartments, The Lofts at Yale & Towne, 111 Harbor Point and Postmark Apartments. Together, those...

Economic Development Leslie Whatley Joins BLT

Leslie Whatley, a veteran corporate real estate and economic development professional whose past leadership positions include Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan Chase, has joined Stamford-based Building and Land Technology (BLT) to boost the developer’s efforts to draw both national and New York City tenants to Connecticut....

BLT Announces Enhanced Programming for Public Spaces at Harbor Point

Building and Land Technology engaged Biederman Redevelopment Ventures to further activate the public spaces in the thriving community of businesses and residents at Harbor Point in Stamford, CT. Biederman, best known for rehabbing NYC’s Bryant Park and establishing it as its neighborhood’s core, will help BLT realize its vision of Harbor Point as an urban waterfront mixed-use destination....

Yale-New Haven and Greenwich hospitals lease space in Stamford from BLT

The 260 Long Ridge Road office building, owned by Building and Land Technology, will soon be home to Yale-New Haven and Greenwich hospitals. The buildings are owned by Harbor Point developer Building and Land Technology. The company said Wednesday that it has rebranded the site to reflect the medical use it has attracted there so far. The complex will now be known as Long Ridge Health & Science....

Stamford named top eCity by Google

Google announced Wednesday that it named Stamford the top digital city in Connecticut. News of the award came the same week as Building and Land Technology’s decision to renovate and rename the Pitney Bowes headquarters to attract tech tenants to the city. Newly named Silicon Harbor, the 500,000-square-foot building in the South End was acquired by the Harbor Point developer last year for $38.5 million. BLT announced Monday it hoped to attract the tech industry to the office building on...