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Sanders Equities is excited to announce the development of a state-of-the-art industrial building that will be available for occupancy in the fall of 2017. The space will comprise approximately 45,000 square feet of usable industrial space featuring a minimum clearance of 30 feet, with areas ranging up to 35 feet and totaling 1.5 million cubic feet of storage.  

Uniquely, the building will be free of columns and obstructions, allowing tenants to have complete mobility to customize the space to fit their needs. It will also feature eight covered loading docks and four drive-ins, as well as parking to support up to 20% office space. 

The property has frontage on West John Street, and is located in convenient proximity to I-495, Wantagh Expressway and the Northern State Parkway. Sanders Equities will be breaking ground in early 2017.  For more information or leasing inquiries, please contact Al Centrella, Jr..

 

 

CHILDREN OF FALLEN PATRIOTS FOUNDATION INAUGURAL JUNIOR BOARD EVENT

The Junior Board of the Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation, founded by the Pamela and Arthur Sanders Family Foundation, hosted its inaugural event on April 17th at the  Lighthouse in Pier 61 at Chelsea Piers. Nearly 400 New Yorkers, including many active and veteran military members, attended the event which included cocktails, dinner and dancing. The event, which was primarily focused on raising awareness of Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation by young professionals, raised over $150,000, surpassing all expectations for the Junior Board's first event. The dinner included speeches from Junior Board co-founders Remy and Jordan Sanders and Fallen Patriots founder David Kim. Fallen Patriots recipients Henry Irizarry, whose father was killed in Iraq in 2004, and brothers Evan and Drew Kleppe, spoke about their life-changing experience as Fallen Patriots scholarship recipients and the program's importance to many other military children who similarly lost a parent in service to their country. 

 

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SANTA BARBARA, CALIF., Oct. 27, 2014 – After adopting Yardi Voyager® as its property management and accounting platform, real estate investment and management firm Sanders Equities LLC is now looking to automate its accounts payable process by adding Yardi Procure to Pay™ to the system.

 

Yardi Procure to Pay will relieve Sanders Equities of the manual tasks of entering invoice information and images into Yardi Voyager, then routing the invoices for approval—a “tedious process,” according to Jordan A. Sanders, vice president of Sanders Equities.  Yardi Procure to Pay routes all purchase orders and invoices through an automated, customized online approval workflow, all the way to vendor payment.  “It will be easier and much more efficient to have the entire invoice process embedded in Voyager and not use separate invoice and property management systems,” Sanders said.

 

“For an efficiently run company such as ours, where a small team of employees performs accounting, property management and leasing for our entire portfolio, the one or two hours a day that Procure to Pay will save is huge,” added Todd Sunko, controller for Sanders Equities.

 

“Sanders Equities illustrates the ease with which new products can be added to Yardi Voyager to create a full business solution.  We look forward to assisting them with Procure to Pay as well as additional products for managing construction project budgets and tracking fixed assets,” said Terri Dowen, senior vice president of sales for Yardi.

 

About Sanders Equities LLC

Sanders Equities LLC, with offices in Greenwich, Conn., and Jericho, N.Y., is a fully diversified real estate investment and management firm whose primary focus is the acquisition and operation of industrial, multifamily, retail, office and mixed-use properties.  With a portfolio comprising more than 1 million square feet, the company’s strategy is to identify well-located properties to which it can add value over the long term through a buy-and-hold strategy.  For more information, visit www.sandersequities.com.