Choyce Peterson Assists Direct Wines with Company Relocation

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Choyce Peterson, Inc. (http://www.choycepeterson.com), a commercial real estate brokerage and consulting firm, today announced the relocation of its client, Direct Wines, a multi-branch organization devoted to “wine discovery,” to a new site of more than 7,500 square feet at 20 Marshall Street in Norwalk, CT.

Choyce Peterson, Inc. (http://www.choycepeterson.com), a commercial real estate brokerage and consulting firm, today announced the relocation of its client, Direct Wines, a multi-branch organization devoted to “wine discovery,” to a new site of more than 7,500 square feet at 20 Marshall Street in Norwalk, CT.    

Due to rapid growth, Direct Wines had become cramped at its previous headquarters at 162 East Avenue, also in Norwalk, and needed to rapidly establish occupancy at a new location. Choyce Peterson found a sublease situation with attractive rent and the tasteful, unique look Direct Wines requested for its sophisticated clientele.

John Hannigan, Co-Principal of Choyce Peterson, said, “Direct Wines needed to move to a new location, and needed to do so fast! Thanks to our experience, we were able to find an ideal place suitable for their requirements, including location, price sensitivity and quick occupancy.”

Adrian Bentham, President and CEO of Direct Wines, added, “In addition to rent, always a key concern, Choyce Peterson listened carefully to our particular needs. Their expertise with tenants was reflected in their ability to find a property that perfectly suited the culture of the business.”

Mr. Bentham went on to describe how their new headquarters has a spacious and creative feel, remains convenient for their employees and is a short walk away from shops and nearby restaurants.     

He attributes their growth to a single-minded focus on customer service and a unique international range of well-priced wines. Direct Wines runs WSJwine, a wine club, in association with The Wall Street Journal as well as Zagat Wine, a partnership with Zagat Survey. Customers enjoy a wide variety of top quality wines from smaller estates worldwide, with useful tasting notes available on every bottle.

Other parties involved in the transfer included the landlord of the new location, Spinnaker Real Estate Partners, LLC, and the sublandlord’s broker, Paul Kaufman of Cushman and Wakefield. John Hannigan served as the account broker and point of contact for Choyce Peterson.

For more information, please call 203-356-9600; email info(at)choycepeterson(dot)com; or write Choyce Peterson, 2001 West Main Street, Stamford, CT 06902.

About Choyce Peterson

Choyce Peterson, Inc., a commercial real estate brokerage and consulting firm, was founded in 1997 and now includes offices in Stamford, CT and Rye Brook, NY. The company has negotiated millions of square feet of transactions, spanning 42 states and Canada, for national clients such as Pepsi Bottling Group and Mercedes-Benz Credit Corp. as well as local clients in Fairfield and Westchester counties. The Choyce Peterson process delivers creative and comprehensive real estate solutions to help clients derive maximum value from their real estate decisions.

Principals John Hannigan and Alan Peterson offer more than 50 combined years of real estate experience. Prior to joining Choyce Peterson, Mr. Hannigan worked for the former Rostenberg-Doern Company and specialized in the Fairfield/Westchester County region. He has won numerous real estate awards during his 20-year career. He holds a degree in marketing from Fairfield University.

Alan Peterson previously served as a Principal of the former Rostenberg-Doern Company and Director of Commercial Real Estate for Champion International. He has worked with major corporations including Pepsi Bottling Group, GTE, Mercedes-Benz Credit Corporation, James River Corporation and Cendant Corporation. Mr. Peterson holds an undergraduate degree in accounting and a graduate degree in finance.

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