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December 7, 2021

Glastonbury marina sold for $2.8M

Photo | CoStar Seaboard Marina in Glastonbury.

A 225-slip marina along the Connecticut River in Glastonbury sold for $2.8 million in November.

The Seaboard Marina was sold by Seaboard Marina Real Estate LLC to EMP CT 1 LLC in a deal recorded in the town land records Nov. 19.

The 8.7-acre property includes a 3,760-square-foot metal-sided office building, according to town land records.

According to Seaboard Marina’s website, the marina is a 1.5-hour boat ride from Long Island Sound.

Royden Cooper, of Sarasota, Florida, is listed as principal of the limited liability company that made the purchase, according to state records.

Epum Marina Partners, a company founded in 2020 to invest in marina properties, lists Cooper as part of its team. That team has worked on more than 500 marina projects and developed more than 50 self-storage facilities, according to the company’s website.

Epum, according to its website, is currently engaged in a $50 million drive to buy marinas.

Cooper, on his LinkedIn profile, is listed as co-founder of Epum and involved in acquisitions.

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