Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits To Relocate Headquarters To Stamford, Connecticut
“We continue to attract and retain companies like never before–and this is another example of our progress. We’d like to welcome Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits to Connecticut,” said Governor Dannel Malloy. “Progress is no doubt happening, and bringing these jobs to Stamford demonstrates that our state continues to work to attract new companies each and every day.”
Exceeding its capacity in the 25,000 square feet it leased in White Plains, Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits searched for alternate facilities in the Westchester and Stamford markets that could meet its physical and operational requirements, the Governor’s Office said.The company determined that the Stamford location at 201 Tresser Boulevard at 43,563 square feet will best accommodate those requirements and position the company for continued growth.
“We’re very excited about the move to Stamford and to give our employees the opportunity to work in such a vibrant community with good public transportation, indoor parking and close proximity to restaurants and shopping,” Bill Deutsch, Chairman of Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits, said. “We also greatly appreciate the continued support from Governor Malloy, Catherine Smith and the entire DECD team, which was instrumental in making this project a reality.”
“Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits is a well-known name within the industry, and having the Deutsch family here will only encourage others to consider Connecticut for their business operations and expansion,” said Catherine Smith, Director of the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development.“Their selection of Connecticut is another endorsement of the state’s great location, high quality of life, and relative cost advantage.
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