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January 30, 2020 Deal Watch Today

West Hartford Locks pays $650K for new HQs in town

Photo | Contributed West Hartford Locks is relocating to a new building in town at 11 Sherman St.

West Hartford Locks, which fixes, distributes, and sells locks to retail customers, has paid $650,000 for a new building in town where it will move its operations.

The company bought a 10,000-square-foot building at 11 Sherman St., from South Meadows No. 9 LLC, which is controlled by Joseph Sullo, the owner-manager of Classic Restaurant Supply in Hartford and its e-commerce affiliate, Sullo bought the property in 2018 for $495,000, town records show.

West Hartford Locks  co-owner and President Eric Brown said his company is in the process of renovating the building. Its move from 2,900 square feet of rented space on Prospect Avenue will facilitate the company’s growth, he said.

It will use the new building for retail sales and commercial distribution of doors, frames and finish hardware, he said.
“We’ve outgrown the space, we’ve grown from a business standpoint,” Brown said, noting the new space will have a loading dock, which the company now needs for bulk deliveries and shipments.

West Hartford Locks, which has 13 employees, will move into the new building when renovations are finished, although Brown said he isn’t sure exactly when that will be.

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