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C&W moves Long Island team to next gen’ digs

Cushman & Wakefield announced today that the real estate services firm has signed a long-term lease at 175 Broadhollow Road for its new Long Island office.

The firm will occupy 12,000 s/f on the second floor of the premier, Class A office building, which is also known as Fairfield Corporate Park.

Cushman & Wakefield’s Joseph Caridi, Executive Managing Director and Managing Principal of Long Island and Connecticut, represented the firm in the transaction. The landlord, Fairfield Properties, handled the transaction directly.

“Fairfield Corporate Park is a premier office building with fantastic amenities and strong curb appeal in a location that is ideal for our team,” Caridi said. “Market conditions on Long Island have remained vibrant and our team has been steadily growing. We have invested in this space to create an environment that is great not only to work in, but to also entertain our employees, clients and guests. We are excited to call this state-of-the-art space our new home.”

175 Broadhollow Road recently underwent a capital improvement program that included renovations to the lobby, café, fitness center, game room, lounges and restrooms. Renovations to the exterior included façade updates, the addition of granite and glass curtain wall entrances, professionally designed landscaping, granite walkways, numerous seating areas and a half-mile park-like walking trail.

“We are really pleased for our team to move into our new workplace at 175 Broadhollow Road,” added Toby Dodd, President, NY Tri-State. “As an industry leader, we have been at the forefront of the evolving workplace ecosystem and how it meets modern business needs. Our new workplace is focused on providing a unique and technology-enabled experience for our clients and talent to support our business strategy.”

The firm has invested in the space to create an office geared towards the next generation with amenities including a shuffleboard table and putting green, as well as hoteling workstations with lockers for clients and guests.

Built in 1984, the Class A office building spans 180,000 square feet across three stories. The building’s amenities include a 6,000-square-foot fitness center with a gym, yoga studio, functional training room and spa-like locker rooms exclusive to tenants, as well as a 5,000-square-foot café with a game room and an outdoor plaza.

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