GREENWICH, CT—The surging “new economy” in Fairfield County has been a critical factor in keeping availability rates at or near record low levels, according to Grubb & Ellis Real Estate Advisory Services. The latest Internet deal to be secured in the area is the 7,200-sf sublease by Paradigm Investment Services Inc. at the Old Track Road Building here. The sublease with Connecticut Natural Gas is a seven-year deal. Grubb & Ellis represented the sublessor; Paradigm Investment repped for Allied Property Group of Greenwich. Paradigm, an Internet-based source of financial applications and stock market competitions for investors, will use the space for its first office.

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