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January 31, 2024

Following New Britain HQ sale, CT Bar Association finds new home in Meriden

CoStar 538 Preston Ave., Meriden

The Connecticut Bar Association, which sold its New Britain headquarters in June, has arranged to lease a smaller space in Meriden with plans to move in by this summer.

The bar association, on Tuesday, posted on its website that it plans to move into 8,364 square feet of leased space at 538 Preston Ave., in the Meriden Executive Park.

“With our newly updated facility, the CBA will continue to serve our members with enhanced benefits and provide space for member meetings and CLE (continuing legal education) programming from a centrally located and easy-to-access site,” reads a statement on the website.

For now, the association is continuing to receive mail at 30 Bank St. in New Britain.

The CBA sold the 26,324-square-foot office building at 30 Bank St. last June for $900,000 to a limited liability company headed by Myer Kahan, an investor and developer from Toms River, New Jersey. At the time, Kahan announced plans to convert the building into 32 market-rate residential apartments.

Farmington-based real estate firm Amodio & Co. brokered the Connecticut Bar Association’s new office space lease on the top floor of 538 Preston Ave., in Meriden. It also handled the sale of the bar association’s New Britain building. 

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