"I've been on the phone non-stop since yesterday," says WilliamCuddy, senior managing director of Insignia/ESG'sWestchester-Connecticut office. He adds that in the past severaldays he has received "a number of calls" from World Trade Centerarea firms looking for space in Westchester and Fairfieldcounties.

"They are looking everywhere and for every size [of availablespace]," he tells globest.com "We are dealing with people who arelooking to find out how to operate. Our role as brokers is to tryand help."

While he would not divulge the identity of firms that havecontacted Insignia/ESG, Cuddy notes that the inquiries from the NewYork City firms were for both short- and long-term transactions andfor small to large space requirements.

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John Jordan

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