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Chemical Bank seeks to dispose of space.

Chemical Bank has undertaken a major marketing campaign to dispose of 180,000 square feet of prime office space at 600 Fifth Avenue in Rockefeller Center, according to Chemical Bank Assistant Vice President Thomas J. Russo.

The property is now available as a direct result of Chemical's recent merger with Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company, which leased the Rockefeller Center space in 1982, said Russo.

According to Douglas A. Edwards President Antreas Ghazarossian, only a few comparable properties currently in the office market combine such good location, infrastructure, prestige and value.

The property is well located at the southeast corner of Rockefeller Center at Fifth Avenue and 48th Street and includes floors three through nine, plus 3,692 square feet of ground floor and 6,700 square feet of basement.

Chemical Bank's lease, on the space expires Dec. 31, 2000.

A full-time Marketing Center on the 5th floor of 600 Fifth Avenue is staffed by Douglas A. Edwards. The marketing effort will target major law firms, foreign banks and services companies.
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Title Annotation:offers office space in Rockefeller Center, New York, New York for sale
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Nov 11, 1992
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