Stamford, Conn.-- Day Pitney is pleased to announce that its Real Estate team recently advised Stone Harbour Investment Management on its $17.9 million acquisition and financing of One Atlantic Street located in downtown Stamford, Connecticut.
One Atlantic Street was one of eight properties involved in the Seaboard Realty bankruptcy. Built in 1929 for the former First Stamford National Bank & Trust at the downtown crossroads of Atlantic, Broad and Bedford Streets, this historic property today houses branches of both Citizens Bank and Bank of America together with multiple office tenants. The interior features murals depicting Stamford's history. Stone Harbour Investment Management is a privately owned real estate company based in Stamford led by principals Jerry Kiley and Gregory Shaughnessy.
"As always, we were very happy with Day Pitney's understanding and execution of the matters we needed to navigate in order to complete a transaction with so many moving parts with so little time," said Jerry Kiley.
Day Pitney's James P. Carlon and Robert G. Rahilly led the team and were assisted by Marlene R. Goldberg and Michael Hanna. Joshua W. Cohen led work on the bankruptcy-related matters.
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On February 20, Michael Rave and Michael Dunne spoke at FinXTech R.O.D.E., a conference presented by Autobooks, Bank Director and Microsoft and held at the Advanced Technology Development Center in Atlanta, GA.
On January 15, Brian Fischer spoke at "When Good Deals Go Bad – Pitfalls to Avoid During the Sale Process," an Exit Planning Exchange (XPX) program held at The Hartford Club in Hartford, CT.
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Partners Edward Krzanowski, Tiana Gianopulos and Daniel Gottfried spoke at the 2019 Federal Tax Institute of New England, a CLE program presented by the Estates and Probate Section and the Tax Section of the Connecticut Bar Association and held in Portland, CT.
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