September 15, 2014
By Ken Borsuk
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There was a festive (and bipartisan) mood in the air on Wednesday when company owner Leonard Tannenbaum and his wife Stacey cut the ribbon on the new Greenwich headquarters of Fifth Street Management, LLC.
There were so many people on hand for the official opening for the company’s presence at 777 West Putnam Avenue, where it has taken over the entire third floor, that U.S. Rep. Jim Himes (D-4th) termed it a “who’s who of Connecticut politics.” Beyond Mr. Himes, First Selectman Peter Tesei and Selectman Drew Marzullo were there as was State Sen. L. Scott Frantz (R-36th), State Sen. Bob Duff (D-25th) and State Reps. Livvy Floren (R-149th), Stephen Walko (R-150th) and Fred Camillo (R-151st), among others, including the state Commissioner of the Department of Economic and Community Development Catherine Smith. And they were on hand to show their support for Mr. Tannenbaum, who had relocated his headquarters from White Plains, N.Y., to Greenwich, bringing in close to 90 jobs to town, with more slated to be added in the years to come.