Shibumi, which provides software-as-a-service platforms, is one of two technology companies to sign leases at SoNo 50, the corporate center at 50 Washington St. in Norwalk.
Shibumi, which will occupy 2,900 square feet of office space, was represented by MJB Real Estate Services Vice President Thomas Connor, according to commercial real estate services and investment firm CBRE.
The other lease, signed by a technology company that CBRE declined to name, is for 7,200 square feet of office space. CBRE Executive Vice President Tom Pajolek and Lauren Crowley Corrinet, who is senior vice president, consulting, represented the company in the lease negotiations, which included the ownership’s commitment to build turnkey space to the tenant’s specifications.
Acquired in 2014 by Norwalk’s Capital Equities Group, the 13-story SoNo 50 has undergone multimillion-dollar improvements, including a new lobby nearly double in size, redesigned loft-like interiors and the construction of a fitness center, conference facility, tenant lounge and game room.