bricken

bricken

(ˈbrɪkən)
adj
made of bricks
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ABS has also been appointed managing and leasing agent for two buildings at 225 West 37th Street and 230 West 38th Street, which together are commonly known as the Bricken Arcade.
Long famous as a home to numerous garment industry companies, the Bricken Arcade features four manned elevators, high-ceiling loft-style space and convenient access to Penn Station, Times Square and Herald Square.
Michael Thornton, from Aille Bhui, Rosmuc, Connemara, pleaded guilty yesterday to committing arson to brother Bricken Thornton's house on November 26, 2001.
Gardai said Bricken Thornton's was the third house the accused had set on fire.
"In order for carriers to make prepaid a successful product offering, some of the dynamics of prepaid wireless must be adjusted," states Knox Bricken, senior analyst at the Yankee Group.
"We wanted to find out how kids respond to this technology," says Meredith Bricken, director of the education program at the Human Interface Technology (HIT) Laboratory at the University of Washington in Seattle.
"Each group built remarkably interesting, very imaginative and complex worlds," Bricken says.
in its seven-year lease of the 16th floor at the Bricken Arcade Building, 225 West 37th Street.
Corey Abdo, and Philip Katz of Winoker negotiated on behalf of the tenant, who decided to relocate to the Bricken Arcade building after learning that rents for a new lease in their current location would nearly double.
Built in 1923, the Bricken Arcade building houses 160,000 s/f on 17 floors and offers a classical style and unique feel.