NEW YORK—Family & Children’s Agency has signed a 10-year, 9,000-sq.-ft.at 140 Water Street in Norwalk, Conn. The nonprofit human service organization is relocating from its current space nearby, which totals 6,000 sq. ft.
CBRE’s David Block and Barbara Segalini-Stilley negotiated the long-term lease on behalf of Family & Children’s Agency, while Silver Pine Real Estate of Wilton, Conn. represented the building ownership, David Anspach.
“Our firm has experienced tremendous growth over the past few years, which necessitated the move to a larger space in order to better serve the community with our range of needs-based services,” said Robert Cashel, president and CEO of Family & Children’s Agency. “The freestanding building will also afford us the opportunity to incorporate our own branding throughout the.”
Established more than seven decades ago, Family & Children’s Agency provides solution-focused services to t children and families, youth, adults and seniors.