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NEW YORK CITY — Construction has been completed for Fordham Place, a 276,475-square-foot multi-use project located at the intersection of East Fordham Road and Webster Avenue in the Bronx, New York City. The building consists of 14 stories of Class A office space and three stories of retail space. Retail tenants include Sears, Best Buy, 24 Hour Fitness and Walgreens. The office component features floor plates that range in size from 27,659 square feet in the base of the building to 8,165 square feet in the tower floors. Construction at Fordham Place consisted of the conversion of a conventional department store to the multi-use building. Approximately 90,000 square feet of space was added to the first six floors and the property’s cellar was expanded to 37,000 square feet. The loading dock was relocated and replaced with a two-story to five-story glass façade that serves as the entrance to the upper-level retail shops. The building has been pre-certified for LEED – Core & Shell designation. Fordham Place was designed by Atlanta-based GreenbergFarrow; it was developed by a partnership between Acadia Realty Trust and PA Associates.

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