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Fairfield Firm Co-Brokers Sale Of Historic Greenwich Address

Anthis Corporation is interested in possibly turning two floors of the historic 7,500-square-foot Lewis Street location into a restaurant.
Anthis Corporation is interested in possibly turning two floors of the historic 7,500-square-foot Lewis Street location into a restaurant. Photo Credit: Contributed.
Sara Weidel of Ares Real Estate LLC recently co-brokered the sale of an historic building at 33 Lewis St. in downtown Greenwich.
Sara Weidel of Ares Real Estate LLC recently co-brokered the sale of an historic building at 33 Lewis St. in downtown Greenwich. Photo Credit: Contributed.

GREENWICH, Conn. – The Fairfield-based firm Ares Real Estate LLC recently co-brokered the sale of an historic building at 33 Lewis St. in downtown Greenwich.

The Anthis Corporation, also based in Fairfield, now owns the four-level building.

“This is one of the largest transactions we have handled to date,” said Ares Real Estate Agent Sara Weidel in a news release.

Greenwich Commercial Property LLC represented the seller of the building.

Anthis Corporation is interested in possibly turning two floors of the historic 7,500-square-foot Lewis Street location into a restaurant, according to Weidel.

The upper two floors possibly could be used for offices or apartments. Ares Real Estate will continue to be involved in redeveloping the building, Weidel said.

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