STAMFORD, Conn. – Janus Associates Inc., an information security firm, has relocated its offices from downtown Stamford to a new location in High Ridge Park.
The new space offers room to grow as well as easy access to the Merritt Parkway.
In addition, High Ridge Park offers amenities such as a fitness center, conference center, full service cafeteria, and daycare center.
Colliers International arranged the 6,700-square-foot sublease at 4 High Ridge Park with Janus Associates taking a portion of the second floor.
Founded in 1988, the independent IT security and business continuity firm relocated its headquarters from downtown Stamford to 4 High Ridge Park for higher efficiency purposes, Colliers said.
The firm’s new space — located within the 40-acre High Ridge Park Corporate Center campus — incorporates a 24-person board room. All offices include floor-to-ceiling windows with a large pond and park-like view.
“After years of being in the Stamford Downtown District, Janus Associates took the opportunity to move to a beautiful park-like setting at 4 High Ridge Park,” said Jeff Williams, executive managing director at Colliers International, who along with associate Hollis Pugh represented the tenant in the transaction.
“This new headquarters allows us to continue to offer clients the exceptional level of service we are accustomed to and additional space to grow,” said Patricia A.P. Fisher, President of JANUS Associates. "Janus has always been an organization that focuses on client satisfaction and employee longevity. Most of our employees have been with the firm for more than 10 years.
“The parklike setting at High Ridge Park provides a work environment that reduces stress while increasing productivity. This is something that would not be attainable had we remained in the downtown business district.”
Owned by George Comfort & Sons, High Ridge Park Corporate Center consists of six buildings.
Jeff Gage and Robert Crane, of CBRE, represented the sub-landlord, World Courier, in the transaction.
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