This summer, CW Landmark Group proved that transitions pose no interruption to daily operations. After relocating to 195 College Street in New Haven and evolving from Calcagni Commercial to CW Landmark—the same brokerage entity now paired with a growing and complementary investment and development arm—the company rolled right into its next closing, this one with a price tag of $16.7 million.
Loyal to his off-market, dual-representation prototype, Ralph Lewis of CW Landmark, aided by teammate Daniel Bernardini, facilitated the sale of Cromwell Commons, a +/- 114,000 square foot shopping center located at 136 Berlin Road in Cromwell, Connecticut.
Anchored by Price Rite, the center was sold by Cromwell Commons RSK, LLC and MBMB Cromwell, LLC and purchased by The Nugent Organization, Inc. and J&V Ventures.
“Ralph’s team continues to assemble some of the larger real estate transactions in the State; as a growing real estate investment firm, we’re proud to be affiliated with him,” said J.C. Coleman, President of CW Landmark.
With a queue of comparable off-market retail and multifamily deals in the works, CW Landmark has qualified its focus and produced quality results, setting a standard that bears repeating.