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Japanese bank triples offices.

Japanese bank triples offices

In a major expansion move negotiated by Wilrock National, Inc., The Bridgeford Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Industrial Bank of Japan, has tripled the size of its office space by leasing 17,500 square feet of space comprising the entire fifth floor at 280 Park Avenue East.

The 10-year leasing transaction, which has an aggregate rental valued at $9 million, was negotiated by David B. Rosenthal, director, of Wilrock National, Inc. Arthur and David Rosenbloom of Newmark Real Estate Services represented Banker's Trust, the building's landlord.
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Title Annotation:The Bridgeford Group
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Aug 21, 1991
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