Fairfield


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Fair•field

(ˈfɛərˌfild)

n.
1. a city in central California. 73,250
2. a town in SW Connecticut. 54,849.
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8220;Fairfield Harbour is looking forward to welcoming local real estate agents to tour some of our community's wonderful homes,” said Mystre' Van Horn, on-site manager of Fairfield Harbour.
has leased new office space at 777 Commerce Drive in Fairfield, CT.
com)-- Fairfield Harbour, a residential boating and golf community located 15 minutes from historic New Bern, has announced that two of its residents received awards from the Community Associations Institute's North Carolina Chapter (CAI-NC) for outstanding excellence.
The Fairfield County office market continued to perform well during the first quarter of 2006 with overall vacancy rates continuing to trend downward, having reached a five-year low of 17.
com)-- Fairfield Harbour, a residential boating and golf community located 15 minutes from historic New Bern, has announced that its Neighborhood Watch and Community Response Team (CERT) committees have partnered to provide the community with disaster preparation pamphlets and booklets on the “Be Ready, Be Safe” literature rack in the Community Center, located at 904 Coral Reef Drive.
As a result, absorption in Fairfield in the first quarter Of 2006 reached 304,580 s/f--a major reversal of the 149,380 s/f of negative absorption experienced in the same time frame of last year.
Those who visit the Fairfield Harbour booth will have the chance to enter a raffle awarding several door prizes, including a $50 gift certificate to Morgan's Restaurant, two rounds of golf at the Harbour Pointe Golf Course, a one-week time share stay from Resort Management Group, and a large gift basket from Creekside Beverages and Gifts.
The Fairfield County office market finished 2005 on a strong note, experiencing positive absorption and an improving vacancy rate, according to an office market report just released by commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield.

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