May 21, 2018
DEAL WATCH

Geezeo’s Glastonbury space

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95 Glastonbury Blvd.

Massachusetts financial-technology services provider Geezeo has relocated its Glastonbury office to about 4,000 square feet of United Bank's former office space in town.

Based in Braintree, Mass., Geezeo's 12 staffers occupy subleased space at 95 Glastonbury Blvd., that United vacated last year when it relocated corporate headquarters and administrative staff to downtown Hartford's Goodwin Square office tower.

The same building houses another Connecticut fintech, Payrailz LLC. A third fintech, NYMBUS Inc., offices nearby, at 200 Glastonbury Blvd.

Geezeo relocated from down the street, at 115 Glastonbury Blvd.

Geezeo's other offices are in Buffalo, N.Y., and Williamsburg, Va. It peddles its fintech services primarily to banks and credit unions.

Regions’ Marlborough flagship

Glastonbury's Regions Real Estate Advisors has opened a flagship brokerage office in Marlborough.

The 3,300-square-foot office at 15 North Main St. provides the realty brokerage with more room to grow with the addition of residential properties to its commercial roster, Regions owner Michael Guidicelli said. The New China Sea Inc. is landlord.

Moreover, Marlborough and surrounding communities have the potential for more growth, Guidicelli said. He noted the 100,000-square-foot retail development, with a 55,000-square-foot Big Y Supermarket, that Wethersfield developer New England Retail Properties is building to open this fall at 1 Independence Drive and Route 66, across from his Marlborough office.

Meantime, he said Region's 1,100-square-foot previous flagship office at 95 Glastonbury Blvd. in Glastonbury has undergone a renovation.

$225K E. Hartford sale

A 10,500-square-foot East Hartford industrial building has sold for $225,000, brokers say.

JCJ Holdings LLC purchased 87 Thomas St. on 0.63 acres from seller Frank J. Aleria Sr., according to sole broker Sentry Commercial.

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