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Firm heads for corporate corridor.

Thomson Learning, a division of the Thomson Corporation, a leading global provider of integrated information-based solutions to business and professional customers, has leased 8,143 s/f at 675 Third Avenue for a ten-year term, according to The Durst Organization.

John Grotto, assistant vice president of leasing at Durst, represented the owner. Joseph Cabera of Cushman & Wakefield, Inc., represented Thomson Learning, Inc. in the transaction. Robert M. Safron, Esq. and Lawrence Lenzner, of Patterson, Belknap Webb & Tyler acted as owner's counsel.

Located on the east side's prestigious corporate corridor, 675 Third Avenue is a 32-story tower rising above the northeast corner of 42nd Street. According to Tom Bow, senior vice president of leasing, the lobby and elevators display elaborate renovations including a prestigious new entry, concierge complex and modern video directory.

"Our building at 675 Third Avenue affords a complete corporate venue, from location advantages to services and finishes that meet the requirements of corporate business," says Bow. Offering excellent light and views, 675 Third Avenue is a full security building with 24-hour, 7-day card key access and, immediate access to Grand Central Terminal.

According to Grotto, "Thomson had been a previous tenant for ten years and simply outgrew their space. It is a compliment to the entire building staff that Thomson chose to stay within the building. We are thrilled that we could accommodate their growth."
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Geographic Code:1CANA
Date:Jun 21, 2006
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