Binswanger Named Exclusive Agent for 131,580 Sq. Ft. Industrial Building in Cortland, New York

Binswanger Named Exclusive Agent for 131,580 Sq. Ft. Industrial Building in 
Cortland, New York 
NEW HAVEN, CT -- (Marketwired) -- 11/04/13 --  Binswanger has been
named exclusive agent by BorgWarner, Inc. to represent them with the
sale of a modern, single-story industrial facility totaling 131,580
sq. ft. on approximately 24.03 acres. The property is located at 3690
Luker Road in Cortland, New York and is minutes from I-81. 
Constructed in 1989, the BorgWarner property is one of the premier
industrial buildings presently on the market in Central New York
State. A wide-open floor plan, clear ceiling heights to over 21',
wide-column spacing and a heavy infrastructure load including a
12,500 amp electrical service make the property suitable for many
different industrial uses. Also of note, the Cortland property was
originally built as a warehouse and that use-type could easily be
Located just off I-81 the property is hooked into one of the major
transportation networks in the Northeast that provides access to over
one-third of the United States population and two-thirds of the
Canadian population within a day's drive. Combining the functionality
of the building and the prime transportation network with a
nationally recognized, and college/university supported labor pool
makes the BorgWarner plant a must-see property for any company
looking to locate or expand in the Northeast.  
Binswanger is aggressively marketing the property to manufacturers of
food, beverage and tobacco, wood, chemical, plastics and rubber,
fabricated metal, hardware, machinery, electrical equipment, motor
vehicle body and trailer, aerospace, and furniture; as well as
prospects in mining, transportation and warehousing and education
services industries. 
Headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, Binswanger is an international
full-service real estate organization with offices worldwide
throughout the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, the
Middle East, and Asia.  
Laurie Goldstein
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