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Galbreath-Riverbank consolidate Downtown.

In a move designed to further establish and expand its downtown presence, Galbreath Riverbank has announced the consolidation of its Financial District offices to new space at 14 Wall Street. The newly combined, full-service office will oversee downtown office leasing, tenant representation and building management functions.

John V. Wheeler and Richard M. Feldman, managing directors, will head the office. The announcement was made by the Galbreath Riverbank Executive Committee; Peter Ricker, president and CEO, Bruce Mosler, vice chairman, and Lizarme Galbreath, vice chairman.

According to Mosler, the 14 Wall Street office has been developed as a full-service location to better service the needs of Galbreath's institutional clients, many of whom have holdings in the Financial District.

Galbreath Riverbank formerly had a separate brokerage office at nearby 61 Broadway.
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Title Annotation:real estate brokerage relocates to 14 Wall St., New York, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jan 20, 1993
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