February 4, 2019
Deal Watch

Enfield’s Fabbrica to relo to leased Windsor space

Photo | Contributed
Photo | Contributed
250 Nutmeg Road South, South Windsor.
Gregory Seay

Fabbrica USA, the Enfield building-products maker that recently sidelined plans to erect a $17.3 million Windsor production facility, has settled for the time being on leasing 135,410 square feet of office, manufacturing and warehouse space in Windsor.

A maker of building facades and architectural interior components, Fabbrica leased space in the I-91 Logistics Center, at 1 Market Circle, into which it will relocate its Windsor operations at 25 and 35 International Drive.

I-91 Logistics Center is a 364,044-square-foot distribution facility located on some 53 acres that was refurbished in 2016 and is partially leased to United Parcel Service, according to the landlord's co-broker Sentry Commercial. CBRE also represented landlord 1 MC Connecticut LLC.

Fabbrica announced last September a halt to plans to pursue Windsor town approval to build a facility that would have consolidated its 100 or so Enfield workers and administrative-production operations under one roof.

$800K S. Windsor sale

A 12,800-square-foot South Windsor industrial condominium sold recently for $800,000.

Nutmeg Road South Associates LLC purchased Units J,K,L & M at 250 Nutmeg Road South from Four S LLC.

Sentry Commercial was the sole broker.

LimeBike’s W. Hartford lease

The San Francisco operator of bicycle-sharing service LimeBike has leased 6,653 square feet in West Hartford for storing its two-wheeled fleet.

Neutron Holdings Inc. leased space at 1045 New Britain Ave., in the Elmwood section, from landlord Sousa Corp. to house its bikes until better weather returns, according to lease broker Colliers International.

The building once housed Sousa's heat-treating operation.

LimeBike introduced its digital app-operated, bike-sharing concept to Hartford, with 300 loaner bicycles last June.

SnapLok’s Bloomfield space

SnapLok Inc., a Nevada vendor of a proprietary line of rotary chimney and duct-cleaning equipment, relocated its operations to 6,000 square feet of leased commercial space in Bloomfield.

SnapLok owner David Kresge said he previously resided in Connecticut and recently relocated his company and a handful of staff from Las Vegas to 24 Tobey Road, next door to Thomas Hooker Brewery.

Tobey Mosey Corner LLC is landlord, according to lease broker Colliers International.

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