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Swig Equities taps Alliance for security.

Classic Security, a division of Alliance Building Services, has earned an exclusive contract to provide security service for Swig Equities, the owner, investor and developer of several major commercial properties based in New York City.

The Swig Equities' New York City downtown portfolio that Classic is servicing includes 48 Wall St., 44 Wall St., 5 Hanover Square, 80 Broad St., 90 Broad St. and 110 William St. The company's total portfolio equals more than $2 billion in value.

"Our valued portfolio needs valued protection--and that's where Classic Security comes in," said Kent M. Swig, president of Swig Equities, LLC. "Classic's guards are well-trained and responsible."

"Classic Security is a firm full of hardworking, dedicated people," said Norman Zeller, vice president of Swig Equities.

"Kent Swig is one of the finest real estate professionals I know and we're very appreciative of his business," said Gary Green, CEO of Classic and Alliance Building Services.

Classic Security is a full-service security firm that provides protection for more than 100 buildings in the New York metropolitan area. Classic Security brings more than 50 years of successful building management experience to every security assignment.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Dec 21, 2005
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