In 2006, the company purchased the office building in Harrison, NY and reconstructed it, spending just above $30 million in the process.
This week, the company has sold the building to biotech company Histogenetics for $12 million. Michael Rao, president of New York Commercial Realty Group, who represents the buyer, was very happy with the deal: "It's a great deal for 12 million bucks. The building is gorgeous. It's so spectacular."
Nokia was forced to put the building on the market as part of a global downsizing to save on costs as the company struggles to remain relevant.
The company posted a large $1.7 billion loss in the recent quarter after losing $1.2 billion in the first quarter as its Windows Phone devices just started heading to market.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 20 May 2012 14:17