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Heritage Realty Services' Kira Hajosh and CEO George Constantin
If you're an avid biker, you might want to consider moving your office to White Plains' Gannett Office Park—owner Heritage Realty Services is turning it into a two wheel-friendly campus, installing a brand new bicycle shelter designed in-house by LEED AP staffer Kira Hajosch. It's not a typical feature of most office parks, says CEO George Constantin, who himself pedals around. The firm built the bicycle shelter after the town of Harrison called for more businesses to install places for riders to store their bikes, and Heritage decided to follow a design similar to Mayor Bloomberg's initiative in New York City.
Proposed bicycle shelter at Gannett Office Park, White Plains, New York
You won't have to worry about sweating, either. As an incentive, Heritage has paired up with the office park's health center to offer free showers and lockers for those who decide to bike to work. Don't have your own ride? The landlord gives away two free bikes each year in all of its buildings (with a professional fitting included) for the annual Bike to Work Week in May. The firm is already planning to install another shelter within Gannett Office Park, and will consider them elsewhere as it acquires more properties, George says. Bonus: if you're going for LEED certification, bicycle storage with shower and changing facilities can rack you up a point.