Developer shells out $14.75M for two office buildings along Westchester’s Platinum Mile

TRD New York /
Jun.June 06, 2018 03:21 PM

A Rye Brook-based developer has snapped up a pair of office buildings along Westchester Avenue. RPW Group founder and CEO Robert Weisz shelled out $14.75 million for the two Class A buildings at 925-1025 Westchester Avenue in White Plains, LoHud reported. Weisz told the outlet that his company “buy[s] buildings that need attention.” The buildings were previously owned by Normandy Real Estate Partners, and are 65 percent leased. Weisz plans to market and rent out the vacant space. CBRE and online commercial real estate marketplace Ten-X brokered the deal. [LoHud]

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