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STAMFORD, CT (April 16, 2012) – The Landis Group, a leading real estate development and management firm, today announced that400 Atlantic Street, the company’s premierClass A office tower located across from the Stamford Train Station, recently played host to an evening of culinary delights as celebrity chef Julian Medina dazzled the assembled crowd of 150 brokers from the New York metropolitan area.

Medina created an extensive tasting menu and specialty cocktails for those in attendance to feast upon while touring the available 37,000 square foot space at the property. Medina, chef-owner of a number of New York City restaurants such as Toloache 50, Toloache Taqueria, Toloache 82, Coppelia, Yerba Buena LES, and Yuerba Buena Perry, is well known for his refined Latin cuisine. A graduate of the French Culinary Institute, he has appeared on numerous television programs including “Iron Chef.”

“Hosting a one-of-a-kind event such as this is the ideal way to showcase all of the unique aspects of 400 Atlantic Street,” said Scott Landis, Principal at The Landis Group. “This exceptional property offers best-in-class, energy-efficient space in an incomparable location.”

Stamford’s premier business address, 400 Atlantic Street is a 15-story, 500,000-square-foot Class A office building that was originally conceived and constructed as Champion Paper's world headquarters. The building is highlighted by a dramatic lobby entrance and public spaces, expansive 37,000-square-foot highly flexible floor plates, elegant interior staircases and sweeping views of Long Island Sound.

Already home to such high-quality corporations as UBS, American Express, The Santander Group and Harman Kardon, the property has 40,000 square feet of premier space available with the ability to expand. The CBRE team of David Block and Steven Greenbush is the exclusive leasing agent for the building.

Additionally, The Landis Group recently launched an effort to enhance 400 Atlantic’s overall energy-efficiency in an effort to attain Energy Star certification and pursue Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Existing Buildings Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for the building.  The ownership has assembled an in-house “green team” to incorporate numerous sustainable initiatives in addition to cost-cutting and energy savings strategies such as changes in electrical usage, fuel/gas consumption and hardscape management with the goal of creating a state-of-the-art business environment that integrates the principles of environmental responsibility and sustainability. In a recent engineering report it was estimated that the site would save approximately $300,000 annually in energy costs due to key upgrades in the building’s common areas. 

The property, which is located just 35 minutes from Manhattan, is across the street from the Stamford Metro-North Rail Station and adjacent to Interstate 95. Each of the building’s light flooded floors presents an opportunity for eight spacious corner offices, while the center core construction allows for the most efficient space planning. Tenants also benefit from the presence of numerous on-site amenities, including an indoor connected garage, in-building fitness center, and full-service lobby cafeteria.

About The Landis Group

The Landis Group has developed, owned or operated in excess of 20 million square feet of Class A real estate across the Northeast since its founding in 1967. The firm developed the landmark Carnegie Center, a 560-acre, mixed-use development which includes 5.5 million square feet of office space, 1,100 residential units, 500 hotel rooms as well as the 370,000-square-foot Princeton Market Fair Mall.


04/16/2012 - 16:09


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