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Simone’s Port Chester Flex Now 100% Leased

Simone Development Companies has leased 19,900 square feet of industrial flex space to Torrco Plumbing Supply at 21 Grace Church St. in Port Chester, NY. The century-old plumbing supply warehouse and showroom, with 16 locations in New York and New England, is relocating and expanding from its existing 3,000 square-foot Port Chester location in a 10-year lease.

Torrco Plumbing Supply was represented by Paul Enea of RM Friedland. Josh Gopan, director of leasing for Simone Metro Properties, represented the building owner.

“The property was attractive to Torrco because of its easy access to I-95, ample private parking, convenient loading docks and high visibility,” said Gopan.

21 Grace Church is now 100% occupied, with local mainstays Dipietro Trading, a purveyor of fine natural stone, and Empire Coffee Roasters occupying the balance of the space at the two-story property.

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