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June 12, 2023 / 2023 Power 25 Real Estate

2023 Power 25 Real Estate: Adam Winstanley

Adam Winstanley continues to reshape Connecticut’s industrial and commercial landscape with real estate acquisition, innovation and industry growth.

He’s the founder and principal of Massachusetts-based Winstanley Enterprises, and for more than 30 years he’s helped significantly grow the company’s portfolio.

Its 653-acre Great Pond mixed-use development site is taking shape in Windsor, and Winstanley has been meeting the demand for large-scale industrial space in the north-of-Hartford area where vacant land is available.

Enfield, lately, has become a hub for Winstanley activity.

Northeast dairy cooperative Agri-Mark and German biotech company Eppendorf were up and running this year in a 500,000-square-foot North Maple Street facility built and owned by Winstanley Enterprises.

The new Eppendorf facility neighbors the company’s Enfield headquarters on Freshwater Boulevard. Having Winstanley as a reputable developer and landlord was key to Eppendorf’s expansion in Enfield, officials from the German-based company said.

Another Winstanley project in Enfield is the industrial campus at 25 Bacon Road, a 1 million-square-foot distribution facility on 120 acres.

The campus, along with an 819,000-square-foot distribution center project at 35 Bacon Road, “serves as a bellwether for Winstanley’s Logistics & Distribution portfolio as well as the Connecticut market,” the company website said.

Winstanley’s portfolio includes work in acquiring, developing or redeveloping more than 65 projects, from multi-story, residential projects, to office space, and research and development properties, including the acquisition and redevelopment of the former 2 million-square-foot J.C. Penney distribution center in Manchester.

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