Monroe, CT., It was announced today that Wind River Environmental has leased the remaining available space at 154 Enterprise Drive in Monroe, Connecticut, the term of the lease was for ten years. The building was recently constructed to accommodate the owner, Eastern Land Management Company of Stamford, which needed expansion into this region of Connecticut. ELM purchased the 6 acre parcel and constructed the 21,000 square foot building for its partial use, and had Bruce Wettenstein of Vidal/Wettenstein market for lease, the balance of the space. “We were fortunate to find a tenant that fit the remaining available space and adapted to the design of the building.” Wettenstein said. The mezzanine with direct access off the front will house Wind River’s offices, and the main level will be for vehicle access.
Wind River will relocate from Newtown and use the facility for general offices and truck fleet storage and maintenance. Wind River Environmental is the nation’s largest full-service non-hazardous liquid waste management service provider.
Eastern Land Management is a full service property care company that services the commercial businesses in Fairfield County, including many Universities and office parks. The company’s main office will remain in Stamford and the Monroe location will help facilitate the quick action required to satisfy their client’s needs.
Bruce Wettenstein, SIOR & Partner with Vidal/Wettenstein of Westport, was the listing broker and represented the tenant. Counsel for the owner was John Polera of Stamford & Counsel for Wind River was Daniel Perlin of Katten, Muchin & Rosenman of New York.