Northwell buys former Astoria Bank headquarters in Lake Success for $36M

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May.May 07, 2018 04:07 PM

Northwell Health spent $36 million to acquire the 103,000-square-foot onetime headquarters of Astoria Bank in the village of Lake Success in Great Neck, Long Island Business News first reported. The site had been owned by Montebello-based Sterling Bancorp, which bought Astoria Bank for $2.2 billion last year. The health company was represented by Blue Sky Real Estate Services with Sterling being represented by Brian Lee of Newmark Knight Frank and Al Callegari of DLC Management Corp. [LIBN]


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