SUNY Westchester Signs for 40K SF at Yonkers’ Cross County Center
Marx Realty has finalized a 10-year, 40,000-square-foot lease at Cross County Center with SUNY Westchester Community College (SUNY WCC). The college will occupy the third floor of the new Target building and is expanding its footprint at Cross County Center by 30,000 square feet to allow for more extensive classroom operations.
The 1.15-million-square-foot Cross County Center is jointly owned by Marx Realty and Benenson Capital Management and was the first open-air shopping center in the U.S.
“Cross County Center has always been so much more than a top shopping destination,” said Craig Deitelzweig, president and CEO of Marx Realty. “We are committed to a future-focused approach that fills a need in the region for an entertainment and lifestyle destination with offerings that range from dining and entertainment to traditional retail spaces.”
This expansion comes a year after Marx Realty announced Target’s 40-year, 130,000-square-foot lease at Cross County.
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