Bunge Global HQ Available for Sublease
Real Estate In-Depth | October 17, 2019
WHITE PLAINS—Bunge Limited’s corporate headquarters at 50 Main St. here has been put on the market for sublease.
The firm announced in August its intent to move its corporate headquarters to St. Louis, MO. The company expects to complete its headquarters move by the end of the second quarter 2020.
CBRE has been named by Bunge Limited as exclusive leasing agent for 66,303 square feet of sublease space on three floors at City Square located at 50 Main St. in White Plains. The team of Brian Carcaterra, Michael McCall and Ryan Christie of CBRE’s Westchester/Fairfield office will head up the assignment.
The 15-story, 309,000 square-foot Class A office property at 50 Main Street offers convenient access to Metro North, County Bee-line bus service, the Westchester County Airport, the Bronx River Parkway, I-87 and I-287. The recently renovated headquarters sublease space, available through June of 2025, offers opportunities for a full-floor presence on the sixth through eighth floors.
“This is a rare and unique opportunity. We are offering extraordinary world class headquarters space in a building located at the most strategic transit-oriented location in Tri-State,” said Carcaterra of CBRE. “We are thrilled to have the privilege to unveil this opportunity to the market.”
City Square offers a brand new and expanded lobby and the creation of a mezzanine amenity level featuring a state-of-the-art fitness center, lounge and game room, corporate meeting and training rooms and a building cafeteria with indoor and outdoor dining on City Square Park—a unique private two-acre park at the center of the complex.
Bunge is a world leader in sourcing, processing and supplying oilseed and grain products and ingredients. Founded in 1818, Bunge’s expansive network feeds and fuels a growing world, creating sustainable products and opportunities for more than 70,000 farmers and the consumers they serve across the globe. The company has 31,000 employees worldwide who stand behind more than 360 port terminals, oilseed processing plants, grain silos, and food and ingredient production and packaging facilities around the world.