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Adams gets furniture designers comfortable.

Adams & Co. Real Estate recently brokered a six-year, 4,000 s/f lease at 38 E. 32nd St. for Maison de France Inc. and a 10-year, 7,800 s/f lease at 245 W. 29th St. for J. Edlin Interiors.

Both companies are renowned, high-end furniture designers and upholsterers with a celebrity clientele.

At 38 E. 32nd St., Joe Friedman of Adams & Co. represented Maison de France, while Ernest Blum of GVA Williams represented the landlord.

Although the details of the lease were undisclosed, asking rents were $25 per square foot. The 12-story, 75,292 s/f building boasts a tenant roster that includes Athorn/Clark & Partners, Character Foundation Inc. and M.A.N.E. Enterprises.

Located in the Murray Hill District, the building features a concierge service, among other amenities.

"We were extremely happy to find Maison de France a space that accommodates its needs while saving the company over a quarter of a million dollars over the course of its lease," said Friedman.

At 245 W. 29th Street, Alan Bonett of Adams & Co. represented the tenant, while Perry Mesmer of GVA Williams represented the landlord in the transaction.

Although details of the lease were undisclosed, asking rents were $25 per square foot. The 17-story, 106,680 s/f building boasts a tenant roster that includes Geogro Fur Inc. and Blade Fencing Inc.

"J. Edlin has been very successful in this location and I'm confident that the firm will continue to grow and expand its noteworthy client roster," said Bonett. "I'm very pleased with this deal."
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Oct 18, 2006
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