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Midtown South now boasts office furnishings center.

Midtown South now boasts office furnishings center

121 East 24th Street has been designated as the new Office Furnishings and Design Center for Midtown South, according to its managers Adams & Co. Real Estate its location on 24th Street between Park Avenue South and Lexington Avenue affords it accessibility to transportation as well as close proximity to other people in similar business.

Joel Popper, sr vice president of Adams & Co. Real Estate Inc. has been managing this building for 25 years. He feels it would be very beneficial to the area to have a full building of contract office furniture tenants so that customers have a reason to come to a building where they could find several companies in the same industry under one roof.

Tobi Busch, vice president of Adams & Co. Real Estate Inc., who also manages this building, suggested making this into a building for contract office furniture people because of the location, as well as the floor sizes. "In today's world, we must specialize and be competitive at the same time, "she said. "We are trying to do both with a $10 per square feet rental as well as offering an industry building."

Weatherhead Associates, Inc. which represents manufacturers in the contract office furnishing business is a tenant in the building.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Sep 4, 1991
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