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2 new leases at 100 Park.

The Prudential's 100 Park Avenue office project in Midtown Manhattan has reached 94 percent occupancy with the signing of two new lease agreements.

Goodkind, Labaton, Rudolf & Sucharow, a law firm, signed for 37,500 square feet while Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company inked a 13,000-square-foot agreement. Both are long-term leases.

These two new leases come on the heels of the long-term agreement recently executed with J & W. Seligman & Co., a prominent money management firm, which signed for 128,000 square feet. Seligman had been headquartered in the financial district since 1864.

Goodkind, Labaton, Rudolf & Sucharow was represented by Robert Shapiro of Gronich & Company, New York. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company was represented by David Itzkowitz of C.S. Brown Associates, New York. The Prudential was represented in both transactions by Joseph Costabile and Tara Stacom of Cushman & Wakefield, New York

Other tenants in the project include Philip Morris, R.R. Donnelley & Sons and British Telecom.
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Title Annotation:office space leased in New York, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:May 5, 1993
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