Stamford, CT, November 25, 2015 – As much as anyone, Lorraine Leonard knows location is the key determinant of a property’s value. So when it came time to find a new Stamford home for Keller Williams, the residential real estate agency she created a decade ago, she and CEO Steve Scott chose a spot just a few blocks south on Summer Street.
As it turns out, they might have relocated farther still to get the space built for them by Baywater Properties.
Ten years after Leonard created Keller Williams Prestige Properties and months after Scott joined the Stamford office from Ridgefield — where he was part of a team that introduced Keller Williams in Connecticut — the agency has moved into 2777 Summer Street, having previously been located up the street at 60 Long Ridge Road.
Designed by Bridgeport-based architectural firm Antinozzi Associates, the new Keller Williams space takes advantage of “hoteling” concepts in which agents can use workstations as needed, or reserve office space for full-time use. The center of the 14,000-square-foot office features a large seating area and stocked kitchen, with Scott and Leonard saying they have an extra incentive to ensure agents are happy with their work environment, given Keller Williams’ model of affiliating with independent agents who leverage the company’s brand.
Read the full article on the Connecticut Post.