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Onyx Equities signs 11,000 s/f call center deal

Onyx Equities completed a long-term lease with BPA International, a provider of call center solutions. The company will occupy 11,330 s/f at 900 Stewart Avenue in Garden City.

BPA International chose to re-locate to the Class-A office building, jointly-owned by Onyx Equities and Davis Companies, in order to take advantage of the building’s location, common-area renovations, a full-service cafeteria.

900 Stewart Avenue
900 Stewart Avenue

The 252,000 s/f, six-story, trophy building was built in 1984 and originally served as the corporate headquarters for Chase Manhattan.

“Like all of the assets in our portfolio, 900 Stewart Avenue represents a package of first-rate amenities, wonderful atmosphere and convenience,” said Adam Karafiol, senior vice president of Leasing, Onyx Equities. “BPA International needed a building that could offer comfort and on-site dining as well as access to mass transit and major roads.”

Michael Rosenfeld, The Rochlin Organization, represented BPA International. CBRE’s Dan Brandel, David Leviton and Robert Seidenberg represented ownership.

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