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EAB takes 2 branch leases.

Koeppel Tener Riguardi, Inc. (KTR), negotiated the leasing of two retail bank branches for the European American Bank (EAB) with a combined aggregate rental value in excess of $11 million. KTR managing director Robert Flippin represented EAB.

At 120 Broadway, EAB is leasing an 11,000-square-foot branch office on the ground floor in a long-term transaction with an aggregate rental value in excess of $5 million. The space was formerly occupied by Barclay's Bank.

Flippin of KTR also negotiated an extension/renewal lease for the EAB branch at 800 Third Avenue for an aggregate rental value in excess of $6 million.

With offices throughout the United States, Koeppel Tener Riguardi is a leader in commercial brokerage, appraisal, consulting, and property management.
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Title Annotation:Technology; European American Bank leases commercial space at 120 Broadway and 800 Third Avenue, New York, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Sep 22, 1993
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