Seeking to expand its private banking business, Sterling Bancorp has set up shop on tony Park Avenue.

Sterling National Bank and Trust, the banking company's lead subsidiary, recently outgrew its Madison Avenue headquarters, according to Louis F. Cappelli, Sterling's chairman. The $850 million-asset company took that as an opportunity to move from an already fancy address to one with even more private banking cachet.

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