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Sparkman & Stephens opens Connecticut office

Sparkman & Stephens recently relocated to Greenwich, Conn., after 82 years of continuous operation in New York City, the company announced.

“Our principal motivation for the move is to be closer to the sailing communities and boatyards of Long Island Sound and New England, and also where many of our clients spend their leisure time, rather then their working hours,” the company said in a statement. “It will also move us that much closer to our Newport, R.I., office.”

The new address is: Sparkman & Stephens, 170 Mason St., Greenwich, Conn. 06830. Phone: (203) 687 4700.

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