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ESG finds new home for 'Barney.' (Edward S. Gordon Company Inc. brokers lease of commercial space for Happiness Express Inc., licensee of Barney the Dinosaur childrens' products, at 50 West 23rd Street, New York, New York)

Happiness Express, Inc., one of the first authorized licensees of Barney the Dinosaur childrens' products, has relocated from the "Toy Center" around the corner at 200 Fifth Avenue to the recently refurbished 50 West 23rd Street.

The 7,000-square-foot transaction was brokered by the Edward S. Gordon Company, Inc. (ESG). Stephen B. Siegel, ESG's president, made the announcement.

ESG's Ed Friedman acted as sole broker in this expansion and relocation deal for Happiness Express, a designer, manufacturer, marketer, and distributer of toy and houseware products -- both their own and those of other companies. The move was made hot on the heels of Cleo, Inc., a division of Gibson Greeting Corp., and Just Toys, Inc., two toy-related companies which have also recently relocated away from 200 Fifth Avenue.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jul 14, 1993
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