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ABR gets New Rochelle exclusive.

The Galesi Group has named Abrams Benisch Riker, Inc./Colliers International Property Consultants (ABR) exclusive leasing and managing agent for its 280,000-square-foot office building at 145 Huguenot Street in New Rochelle.

The 8-story structure, which has just completed refurbishment of its mezzanine lobby, elevator cabs and building cafeteria, is the headquarters for such prestigious firms as East River Savings Bank, and Longines, which has been a tenant at 145 Huguenot since it opened. Allstate Insurance is also a major tenant.

The leasing campaign for the 55,000 available square feet is being directed by Jerry Rhine of ABR's Regional Office in Greenwich, which offers the firm's full roster of services throughout Westchester and Fairfield Counties, and Southern Connecticut.

"This building offers the best of both worlds - the complete corporate environment, including concierge, cafeteria and first-class amenities package that every leading company and/or professional firm demands today - but at a highly competitive price," said Mr. Rhine. "It has stunning views of the Long Island Sound, yet is only two blocks from Metro-North, gives direct access to I-95 and is adjacent to the Ramada. In short, it combines the best of a "downtown" location at the best price in the market."

Featuring a smoked glass and aluminum facade, 145 Huguenot Street was designed to accommodate the highest level of tenant requirements, including high-tech security, tenant-controlled HVAC and on-site parking.
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Title Annotation:Abrams Benisch Riker Inc. named exclusive leasing and management agent for office building at 145 Huguenot Street, New Rochelle, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Oct 13, 1993
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