Monday, January 11, 2016
Google announced Wednesday that it named Stamford the top digital city in Connecticut. News of the award came the same week as Building and Land Technology’s decision to renovate and rename the Pitney Bowes headquarters to attract tech tenants to the city. Newly named Silicon Harbor, the 500,000-square-foot building in the South End was acquired by the Harbor Point developer last year for $38.5 million. BLT announced Monday it hoped to attract the tech industry to the office building on Elmcroft Road. Building and Land Technology announced the official launch of its newly branded Silicon Harbor office complex, the former world headquarters for Pitney Bowes, at 1 Elmcroft Road in the heart of Harbor Point. #stamforddowntown
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