April 12, 2010 | last updated May 29, 2012 6:39 pm

Ex-Shaw's In Southington Reopening As Shop Rite

A former Shaw's Supermarket in Southington Plaza Shopping Center will reopen as a Shop Rite once renovations are complete.

Wakefern Food Corp. is leasing the 60,000 square feet at 750 Queen St. that Shaw's closed and vacated about two years ago.

Shaw's parent SuperValu Corp. negotiated a lease termination with landlord Southington/Route 10 Associates Ltd., officials said.

The Proto Group of North Haven represented Wakefern Food. Bruce Fishman, Joe DeMaio, and attorney John Mellitz of Chase Enterprises represented the landlord.

The Southington location is one of 18 Shaw's that SuperValu said it would close or sell in Connecticut this spring.

Westbrook building sells

A three-story office building at 1160 Boston Post Road, in Westbrook has sold for $316,000.

Douglas Payette sold the building to an unnamed Norwich development company as a satellite office for its real estate operations.

The Geenty Group, Realtors represented seller and buyer.

• • •

Cal Med relocates

Cal Med Inc., engaged in the repair and sale of medical instruments, has relocated from Derby to 67-2 North Branford Road (Route #139), Branford.

Cal Med was represented by The H. Pearce Co. Millbrook Limited Partnership, the landlord, was represented by The Geenty Group, Realtors in Branford

• • •

N. Branford tennis facility

An indoor youth tennis training facility is due to open in June in 5,000 square feet of warehouse-office space in North Branford.

Tenant Stephen O'Keefe, of Tennis Motion LLC, plans three specially-designed 18-foot by 36-foot tennis courts to train youths ages four to nine in the building at 21 Commerce Drive.

The Geenty Group, Realtors in Branford represented tenant and landlord, W.E. Hitchcock LLC, in the lease.

• • •

K9 firm leases

A business training dogs to locate bed bugs is leasing 800 square feet in Milford.

Advanced K9 Detectives LLC will occupy space at 124 Pepes Farm Road. Carl D. Massicott owns the business whose clients include motels and hotels.

The Geenty Group Realtors represented both Advanced K9 and the landlord, D'Amato Investments.

Got real estate news? Deal Watch wants to know. E-mail Web Editor Greg Seay at gseay@HartfordBusiness.com.


Type your comment here:

Most Popular on Facebook
Copyright 2017 New England Business Media