2 New Tenants Sign Up At Danbury's Lee Farm Corporate Park

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Lee Farm Corporate Park in Danbury will be leased up to 86 percent of capacity after two new tenants signed deals on Thursday.
Lee Farm Corporate Park in Danbury will be leased up to 86 percent of capacity after two new tenants signed deals on Thursday. Photo Credit: Contributed

DANBURY, CONN. – Two new deals were signed at Lee Farm Corporate Park at 83 Wooster Heights Road in Danbury, increasing the occupancy there to 86 percent, Cushman & Wakefield announced.

Sigmund Software, a leader in electronic health record software specializing in psychiatric, behavioral health and addiction treatment facilities, leased 10,004 square feet of space. Concentrix, a global service and technology provider, leased 2,776 square feet.

Sigmund Software is relocating from 2505 Carmel Avenue in Brewster, N.Y., while Concentrix is establishing its first Connecticut office.

“Sigmund Software is pleased to be joining the family of successful enterprises at Lee Farm,” said Harry Manesis, chief operating officer of Sigmund Software. “Our move signifies our growth, our success in the marketplace and our mission to continue to build on our successes.

"We are looking forward to utilizing the space to provide a facility that will allow for the expansion of our company, provide the best work environment for our employees, as well as a world-class corporate space where we can better host our clients for training, product launches, client meetings and collaborative project development.”

As the exclusive leasing agent, Cushman & Wakefield’s Meredith Siburn, director, represented the landlord, Lee Farm Partners, a joint-venture between Summit Development of Southport and the Grossman Companies of Quincy, Mass. 

Sigmund Software was represented Sam Finnerman, principal of Hudson Commercial Real Estate, and Concentrix was represented by Jeffrey P. Williams, executive managing director, and Hollis Pugh, associate at Colliers International.

“We are pleased to welcome Sigmund Software and Concentrix to Lee Farm,” Siburn said. “It’s always exciting to bring new business from New York to Danbury. Both are incredibly dynamic companies and are a welcome addition to our prestigious and well-rounded tenant roster that includes General Electric, Lenovo and IMS Health.”

Since becoming Lee Farm’s exclusive leasing agent, Cushman & Wakefield has attracted several prominent new tenants that have yielded a 26 percent increase in its occupancy rate and more than 57,000 square feet of new leases.

Lee Farm is a five-story, 215,649-square-foot office building located at 83 Wooster Heights Road, at the intersection of Interstate 84 and U.S. Route 7 in Danbury. It is considered to be Danbury’s premier Class-A office environment.

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