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399 Park Ave. adds artwork.

399 Park Ave. adds artwork

The extensive lobby renovation at 399 Park Avenue received its crowning touch when a triptych of new paintings by renowned artist William Wegman was installed in the building's lobby. The main canvas hangs immediately opposite the Park Avenue entrance, with two smaller companion pieces placed in the Lexington Avenue and Park Avenue lobbies.

399 Park Avenue is co-owned by Citibank NA and Daiichi Seimei America Corporation. Citibank presently owns and occupies all sublevels and floors two through 16. Daiichi owns floors 17 through 39 for multi-tenant occupancy -- with LaSalle Partners as Daiichi's leasing agent.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Dec 4, 1991
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