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September 26, 2016 Deal Watch

Deringer-Ney's Bloomfield site for sale at $2.2M

PHOTO | Contributed 2 Douglas St., Bloomfield.
PHOTO | Contributed 1022 Elm St., Rocky Hill.

The Deringer-Ney Inc. commercial property in Bloomfield's Ney Industrial Park is on the market for sale at $2.2 million or for lease, brokers say.

The 10-acre property at 2 Douglas St. houses a 98,272-square-foot building that was built in 1956 and upgraded in 1985 and 2012. It has five docks, two drive-in doors, 22,603 square feet of office space, and 3,000-amp power service.

Seven contiguous acres also are available, according to listing broker Sentry Commercial.

The asked rent is $2.50 per square foot.

A metal-alloy and precision-components maker, Illinois-based Deringer-Ney, is scheduled sometime in the first quarter of 2017 to relocate to its new 100,000-square-foot Bloomfield plant at 2 Mucko Road, at the corner of Woodland Avenue, Sentry said.

$605K Hartford industrial on block

An industrial building in Hartford's South End is on the market at $605,000, the listing broker says.

The 25,561-square-foot, free-standing building at 237 Ledyard St. rests on 1.79 fenced acres accessible from I-91.

The edifice has 2,448 square feet of office space, three docks, four drive-in doors and outside storage, making the property suitable for distribution, flex, warehouse or manufacturing use, according to Sentry Commercial.

Colliers' area leases

Hartford commercial broker Colliers International has listed a series of area leases in which it served as sole broker, except where noted.

In Bloomfield, a pair of office tenants signed for space in the building at 34 Jerome Ave.: financial adviser Harvey Silverman leased 958 square feet; CFS LLC signed for 655 square feet with landlord 34 Jerome Avenue LLC.

At 410 Woodland Ave., Eastern Industrial Automation (EIA) leased 9,500 square feet of industrial space from landlord FJS Family LLC. According to Colliers, EIA relocated its distribution branch there in August. EIA has 14 Northeast distribution sites for parts for mechanical, electrical and pneumatic-manufacturing applications.

In Glastonbury, estate-planning law firm Nirenstein, Horowitz & Associates P.C. leased 7,880 square feet at 200 Glastonbury Blvd. from landlord MassMutual.

In Farmington, Kansas City, Mo., insurance brokerage Lockton Cos. Inc. signed for 14,813 square feet of office space at 6 Batterson Park Road from landlord Fusco Corp. Lockton currently has offices at 195 Scott Swamp Road in Farmington.

At 10 Waterside Drive, Interscape Commercial Environments leased long term 6,408 square feet from landlord Waterside Ten LLC to house its expanding retail office-furniture operations.

In Newington, New England Lift Systems leased long term 400 square feet at 714 N. Mountain Road from landlord B&H Enterprize LLC.

In Enfield, Wells Fargo Bank extended its 6,408-square-foot lease at 1699 King St. with landlord White Diamond LLC.

In Rocky Hill, telecom vendor Sprint leased 2,800 square feet at 100 Corporate Place from landlord 100-200 Corporate Place LLC.

In Windsor, Electrical Wholesalers Inc./USESI Inc. signed long term for 6,250 square feet of industrial space at 130 Addison Road with landlord 130 Addison Realty LLC.

MicroCare's Rocky Hill expansion

Medical-equipment cleaner-distributor MicroCare Corp. has nearly doubled its footprint in a leased industrial space at 1022 Elm St. in Rocky Hill, brokers say.

MicroCare has added 22,600 square feet to the 30,000 square feet it has occupied in the building since January, according to Sentry Commercial, who in conjunction with Hart Group International, was sole broker in the lease.

Virginia Industries Inc. is landlord.

Deal Watch wants to hear from you. E-mail it, along with contact information to: gseay@HartfordBusiness.com.

Gregory Seay is the Hartford Business Journal News Editor.

CORRECTION: 237 Ledyard St. is in Hartford's South End. A previous version of this story misidentified the city section.

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