SL Green offloads Valhalla and Rye Brook office properties for $67M combined

TRD NEW YORK /
Apr.April 19, 2018 11:49 AM

The New York City-based REIT announced that it has locked in buyers for two office properties, but noted that neither deal has closed yet. In Valhalla, the office building at 115-117 Stevens Avenue will change hands, as will 1-6 International Avenue in Rye Brook’s Reckson Executive Park but the buyers for each property were not yet announced. Both properties had been owned by SL Green via its suburban subdivision, Reckson Associates Realty Corporation, which the REIT acquired in 2006. CBRE represented SL Green in both deals, the Westchester Business Journal reported. [WBJ]


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