STAMFORD — The new owner of Stamford Town Center acquired the downtown mall for $20.15 million, according to property records reviewed by Hearst Connecticut Media.
Ranking as one of the city’s largest property sales of the past year, the price was originally undisclosed when the transaction was announced earlier this week. The amount was outlined in property-transfer forms received Friday by the Stamford Town Clerk’s Office.
As a result of the sale, the state and city governments are, respectively, receiving $251,875 and $100,750 in conveyance taxes.
“As the town clerk, I’m happy with the revenue for the city that’s generated by this sale,” said Town Clerk Lyda Ruijter.
A message left Friday for the mall’s new owner, home-furnishings company Safavieh, was not immediately returned.
In an interview Thursday, Safavieh President Arash Yaraghi discussed the acquisition process for a property that had gone on the market about a year ago. The