Property of the Month: Ingram & Hebron Rlty. selected as exclusive agent for available office space at 16 Court St., Brooklyn

September 12, 2011 - Spotlights

16 Court Street - Brooklyn, NY

Lobby, 16 Court Street - Brooklyn, NY

Lobby, 16 Court Street - Brooklyn, NY

Entrance, 16 Court Street - Brooklyn, NY

Robert Hebron, Ingram & Hebron Realty

According to Robert Hebron, Ingram & Hebron Realty has been selected as exclusive agent to lease the available office space at 16 Court St., one of the borough's tallest office towers.
16 Court St. is owned and managed by one of New York City's largest office landlords, SL Green Realty Corp., which has a portfolio of 74 buildings in the Tri-State area.
16 Court St. was constructed in 1928 and consists of 300,000 s/f of office and retail space spread over 36 stories. The building is located on top of one of the city's largest transit hubs and is one subway stop from Manhattan. Many of the office suites feature views of New York Harbor, lower and midtown Manhattan, Northern and Downtown Brooklyn and Queens. A recent comprehensive redevelopment of the property has been completed including a new lobby, new elevator cabs, new corridors and bathrooms on select floors and ongoing window replacement.
SL Green vice president Chris Gulden said, "Ingram & Hebron Realty was selected for their unparalleled experience, relationships and decades of success in the Downtown Brooklyn marketplace."
Ingram & Hebron Realty principal Paula Ingram said, "We are delighted and honored to have been chosen to work with such a prestigious organization and it will be a privilege to represent this iconic and desirable building."
Ingram & Hebron Realty, Inc. has leased hundreds of thousands of s/f of retail and office space in the downtown area. The firm has sold over 600,000 s/f of office buildings and approximately $50 million of land and buildings for redevelopment in the borough. No other commercial brokerage is as established, connected or has done more consistent and varied leasing and sales transactions in the downtown area.


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