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High Tech Firm Leases 21,000 SQ FT Facility in Pawcatuck, CT


November 19, 2015

Pawcatuck, CT 

High Tech firm, Applied Physical Sciences, leases 21,000 industrial facility in Pawcatuck, CT

Applied Physical Sciences

Applied Physical Sciences

Applied Physical Sciences Corp. a Research, Development and Engineering consulting firm with headquarters in Groton, CT has leased 21,000 SF of industrial and office space at 100 Mechanic Street in Pawcatuck, CT. APS specializes in Acoustics, Signal Processing, Marine Hydrodynamics and Electromagnetics.

The new facility is a part of a 273,000 square foot mixed use complex located in Pawcatuck and occupied by 9 other business including General Dynamics, Conn- RI Paper Supply, Cottrell Brewing and Stonington Cross Fit.

Daniel Barber of Northeast Property Group, Inc. represented the property owner, Pawcatuck Business Park, LLC and cooperated in the transaction with Cushman and Wakefield’s Hartford, CT and Falls Church, VA office representing the tenant in the long term lease transaction.

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Daniel BarberDaniel G. Barber, Vice President and Partner has been continually active in the field of Real Estate since 1985. His experience covers a wide range of disciplines including Brokerage, Development, Consulting, Analysis, Asset Management and Receivership. In addition to acting as a Court Appointed Receiver, Dan has successfully managed the repositioning and disposition of distressed commercial real estate assets on behalf of foreclosing lenders, institutions and commercial loan servicers. He is the company’s Principal Broker and the leader of all real estate brokerage operations and directs the marketing functions for all properties as well as new business development for the company. Dan is a dual CCIM and SIOR designee.View all posts by Daniel Barber →