Calcagni Associates Hosts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for new Southington Office

For Immediate Release

Cheshire, CT–  Calcagni Associates Real Estate recently hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the opening of their new office located at 722 West Street, in Southington. Members of the Southington Chamber of Commerce, town officials, and area business professionals gathered with management, staff, and agents of Calcagni Associates for the event held January 17th.

 “Despite the rainy weather, we enjoyed a terrific turnout,” said Steven Calcagni, President. “We are very excited to become active members of the Southington business community and to be a part of such a wonderful, tight-knit group. Thank you very much for the warm welcome.”

Located close to the Bristol town line and minutes from ESPN headquarters, Calcagni is planning to grow the Southington office to approximately 20 full-time agents. Calcagni has a unique philosophy about real estate. Their firm is capturing market share by providing a higher level of service and support to its agents. As a result, agents are joining their team from other brokers and entirely different industries based on their reputation for helping them become more productive, and in turn, successful.

“Our growth as a Connecticut-based independent real estate company and the value we deliver to our clients is a direct result of the values, vision and energy of our people,” said Steven  Calcagni. “ We felt it was important to continue to establish roots in the community and continue to add to the area’s economic recovery. I’m excited for what’s next.”

 About Calcagni:  Calcagni Associates Real Estate is a fully diversified real estate agency offering residential properties, new construction, land consulting and commercial properties. Calcagni has four offices—Cheshire, Hamden, Wallingford and Southington. All offices provide a range of real estate services including market analysis, appraisals, residential foreclosures and relocation services. Learn more at and ###


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