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Bank buys Yonkers building.

Edward Kulikowski of The Pep'e Company, a Scarsdale, New York-based firm has assisted the Hudson Valley National Bank in acquiring the former Revlon building at 21 Searsdale Road in Yonkers, New York.

The bank plans to move their administrative, management services and data processing departments to the renovated three story 57,000-square-foot building in the Spring of 1993. The main banking office will remain at its current site at 35 East Grassy Sprain Road along with the Southern Westchester regional lending office.

To serve as their new corporate headquarters, the building will accommodate more than 120 employees and according to John A. Pratt, Jr., president and CEO, will support the Bank's consistent growth and future needs for additional space.
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Title Annotation:Hudson Valley National Bank acquires former Revlon building in Yonkers, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Oct 21, 1992
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