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Professional Office Space available at 64 Wall Street today.

If you are interested contact Michael McGuire at 203-299-0101 extension 11.

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Please Welcome Dr. Melissa Kerr and Dr. Amanda Placeres
of Connecticut Integrative Medicine (CTIM) to 64 Wall Street, Norwalk
Dr. Melissa Kerr and Dr. Amanda Placeres at Connecticut Integrative Medicine (CTIM) specialize in Naturopathic Medicine and Acupuncture. The doctors at CTIM value the importance of evaluating the whole body and not just a patient’s chief complaint. Illness and wellness are not only related to one physiologic system but to the combination of all systems working together to produce a well functioning body. CTIM’s doctors identify and correct deficiencies and imbalances as well as advise patients on genetic propensities that might contribute to current and future health problems.

To learn more call 203-900-7731 or send an email to melissakerrnd@gmail.com

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Rising Tides - - and pizza
One of Norwalk’s best kept secrets is the modest Belden Avenue Pizza Restaurant tucked around the side of the small retail center at the intersection of West Avenue and Belden Avenue. The restaurant is across from the County Court House, Norwalk’s Public Library and the city’s bus station. This unbelievably good restaurant is owned and operated by the talented Eleftheriades family.

Savva Eleftheriades, the head chef, has a gifted talent for blending flavors together and offers a wide balanced menu of greek specialties, pizza and salads. The salads are always fresh, crisp and satisfying.

Now, as a transplanted Texan, the idea of “another pizza restaurant” never sounded very appealing so it took me a good ten years to finally walk over and grab a slice. But I was then, as I continue to be today, delightfully surprised, and always very satisfied. This is a great neighborhood meeting place, where people will be met by friendly Sophie, Savva’s mother, who takes the orders and delivers the food piping hot and always fresh.

Norwalk’s Downtown Arts District - - Where the Arts and Technology meet.
Check out the offices at 64 Wall Street
Loft style offices for creative, digital and professional users.

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New Changes on the Horizon

What’s Happening on Wall Street - January 25, 2016

Recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Wall Street Theater, a 1915 vaudeville venue, is undergoing a $7.5 million restoration to reopen September-2016. It will be fully equipped with the latest technology to embrace its past and provide a true entertainment experience for visitors.

Since October 2012, Chef Pasquale Pascarella's Bar Sugo has been a Wall Street dining destination utilizing local farms with a fresh Italian mindset. The restaurant is now open Monday nights, and for Happy Hour, Monday to Friday, from 4pm-6pm, with discounted wines, cocktails and beer.

The clustering of different uses has become one of the recognized strengths of the Wall Street area through design and a neighborly approach.

Check out 64 Wall Street Exposed BRICK Loft Offices – Yesterday’s Character with Today’s Amenities….

Live, work, play. Downtown Norwalk - - Norwalk’s Art District

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Have you heard - its happening in downtown Norwalk

Good things have begun - The Waypointe, a 464-unit mixed-use development is now home to the Colony Grill, Sedona Taphouse and soon Barcelona. Wall Street Place is off the ground, a 380-unit mixed use development, as is the refurbishment of the historic Wall Street Theater into a next-generation performance venue . It will only be a short time before other exciting projects break ground.

The time is now to plan your next steps - consider leasing loft space for your small business at 64 Wall Street - at the heart of happening. 203.299.0101 or nmcguire@austinmcguire.com

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Wall Street Place construction progressing rapidly. Today we counted 7 pieces of equipment and 30 men on site. Foundation walls are completed, and the builders are pouring the foundations. Looking good! ...

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