Originally built in the 1970s as the North American headquartersfor Fiat, the asset was acquired by current owner TeachersInsurance in the late '90s, and refurbished and repositioned as amulti-tenant building in 2002. And Teachers has hired Grubb &Ellis, Fairfield, to fill the vacancy.

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"The building was completely refurbished in 2002 and thereforeis the next best thing to a new building," says G&E SVP JohnBeers, who's teamed with fellow SVP Craig Fitzpatrick to market theproperty. "It's the best building in the Triboro market," whichconsists of Montvale, Woodcliff Lake and Park Ridge.

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The rest of the building is occupied by Ingersoll-Rand, whichuses the space as its North American headquarters. The availabilityis currently listed with an asking price of $27 per sf.

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