Building and Land Technology (BLT) was founded in 1982 and is a privately held real estate developer, manager and private equity firm. BLT is vertically integrated and has successfully invested in, developed, owned and managed over 25 million square feet of commercial, hotel and residential properties across 26 states. BLT is also the largest franchisee of Sotheby’s residential real estate brokerage, with 28 offices and 1,000 real estate agents.
Whether you are looking for your new home, a place to relocate your company, or a fun night out, you have come to the right place at Harbor Point in Stamford, CT. Harbor Point is a LEED-ND Gold Certified, mixed-use, transit oriented development in the South End of Stamford. Harbor Point is a true “Live, Work & Play” community, active 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Watch the harbor come to life with the morning sun. Stroll the waterfront boardwalk. Enjoy restaurants and nightlife all within Harbor Landing. Ride the free water taxi across the channel to Harbor Point, where even more restaurant and activities await you. Leisure rules at Harbor Landing.
The Curb at North 7 – on the edge of urban and nature. The Curb represents the first delivery of 235 residential apartments located within Norwalk’s brand new North 7 development. North 7 will eventually consist of three, five-story, residential apartment communities along with Class A office space, exciting new retail venues and programmed green spaces. Each building will have their own unique health and wellness focused amenities and coworking spaces designed to give back time to busy urban lifestyles. The development is within easy access to the Norwalk River Valley Trail, the Metro-North Railroad, convenient bus routes, and an already existing abundance of restaurants and shopping.
Stamford has also been the fastest-growing city in the state. While the 2010 U.S. Census had its population at 122,839, its 2017 one-year estimate put it at 130,824 – making it t...Read More
The band of volunteers decides what goes up in this fast-growing city, but rarely visits sites as a troupe. So the board packed into a muted-gold minivan on a recent afternoon and ...Read More