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Reynolds Metals Development Company has announced the sale of 29 Corporate Drive in Rockland Corporate Park to the Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corporation. The 50,400 square-foot building is totally occupied by Keebler Company as a sales and distribution facility serving the New York metropolitan area. Reynolds Metals Development started Rockland Corporate Park in 1984 and the Keebler facility is the 14th building to go up on the corporate campus. Brokers for the transaction were Steven Yassky of Rockland Realty and Robert Anderson of David Cronheim Company. Barry Hersh is Rockland Corporate Park's project manager.
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Title Annotation:Reynolds Metals Development Co. sells 29 Corporate Drive in Rockland, New York to Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corp.
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jan 6, 1993
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