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LI Regional Bank Commits to Offices in Melville

The First National Bank of Long Island has committed to a 39,326-square-foot lease at CLK Properties’ 275 Broadhollow Rd. in Melville, NY, within Long Island’s Suffolk County. The financial institution will house additional offices and a new banking branch at the property. 
 
CBRE’s Matt Manoogian, Martin Lomazow and Phil Heilpern represented the bank in lease negotiations. 

“The bank, branded as First National Bank LI, required additional space to support its expanding presence on Long Island and in New York City,” said Manoogian. “275 Broadhollow Road provided the ideal location for visibility and convenience, especially for First National Bank LI’s growing middle market business.”

A local bank founded in 1927 in Glen Head, NY, First National Bank will occupy the entire second floor and part of the first floor of the four-story office building located along Route 110 and the Long Island Expressway.  

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