RPW Group affiliate sells Westchester Avenue office building for $24M

TRD New York /
Aug.August 16, 2018 11:10 AM

A five-story building on Westchester Avenue in Purchase fetched $24 million. 2975 Westchester LLC, which is controlled by Greenwich’s Schur family, bought the 120,000-square-foot complex from a RPW Group affiliate, the outlet reported. The building, which is 85 percent leased according to the Westchester Business Journal, currently houses 17 tenants and comes with around 600 parking spaces and a cafe. It’s also close to a bus shuttle to the Rye and White Plains Metro-North stations. RPW shelled out around $18.5 million for the building more than a decade ago. GHP Office Realty vice president Jamie Schwartz brokered the recent sale. [WBJ]

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