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A former revolving restaurant in Stamford, Connecticut is to be transformed into 11,500 square feet of office space.
The top floor of the Marriot Hotel in Stamford will be turned into 25 business suites by the New York State-based company Stark Office Suites.
Formerly the site of the once-popular Vuli restaurant, the floor no longer revolves, but offers views of the Long Island Sound.
Slated to open in the summer, the office space will be targeting both those who only need a location for a few months, as well as more long-term users who wish to take advantage of the site’s downtown location and services.
Those renting the space will have access to a reception service and a private car service. Clients will also have access to the hotel’s facilities, which include a fitness centre, spa, pool and assorted restaurants.
“Our expansion into Fairfield County brings our unique office space solutions and high-end amenities to the heart of downtown Stamford, one of the leading business centres in the region, only steps away from UBS and RBS headquarters,” said Adam J. Stark, president of Stark Office Suites.
Ben Blumberg, Executive Vice President, Stark Office Suites, added: “Stark is more than just customizable office space. We like to think of ourselves as the ‘architect’ that listens to each client’s needs and ‘builds’ the perfect solution.”
Currently Stark operates 82,000 square feet of office space in Manhattan, White Plains, Mount Kisco, Harrison and Scarsdale, New York.
Vuli was run by murdered restaurateur Zef Vulevic. Currently his nephew and former business partner Marash Gojcaj is serving time in prison for the 2004 murder.
Gojcaj allegedly shot Vulevic during a drunken fight inside Gusto, the restaurant that the two ran in Main Street, Danbury. Gojcaj then cut the chef’s body into pieces and stashed them in different locations around New York State. They were discovered a few weeks after the crime.