Stamford West Side property sells for eight figures
A West Side property housing a major storage center has sold for approximately $40 million, in one of the city’s largest real estate sales this year.
Boston-based DIV HDV Stillwater sold 300 Stillwater Ave., to Boca Raton, Fla.-based WICNN Stillwater LLC, according to city property records.
The owners and sellers could not be immediately reached for comment.
The sale netted the state nearly $497,000 in conveyance taxes.
The sale would not affect operations at the approximately 112,000-square-foot Extra Space Storage facility, which holds 988 units, an Extra Space spokesman said Thursday.
Extra Space previously managed the property on behalf of a third-party owner, and the company would continue to manage it on behalf of the new owners.
Since June 2017, Extra Space has managed the facility, which opened around the same time.
Among other recent deals for similar properties, an 118,500-square-foot complex at 316 Courtland Ave., in the city’s Glenbrook section, sold two months earlier for $13.3 million to a Bronx, N.Y.-based real estate investment company, Simone Development Cos.
Centers for Carozza Fitness and the First Student school-transportation company are the tenants at 316 Courtland.
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