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Jones Lang relocates Wall St. firm.

Jones Lang Wootton, international real estate consultants, acted on behalf of Waterhouse Securities, a nationwide discount brokerage firm, in negotiating a 10-year lease consisting of 34,230 square feet at 100 Wall Street. The new premises, possessing an aggregate value of $9 million, will serve as Waterhouse's headquarters. The firm, formerly located at 44 Wall Street, will occupy floors 28 and 29, the top two in the building.

"Our client saw an opportunity to take advantage of the marketplace and to consolidate their various functions into a state of the art facility with emergency power backup," said Mark L. Ravesloot from Jones Lang Wootton who, together with Michael J.U. Monahan, coordinated the transaction.

Larry Waterhouse, chairman & CEO of Waterhouse Securities stated: "100 Wall Street is one of the premier buildings on Wall Street and we are pleased to have our national headquarters at this address."
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Title Annotation:Jones Lang Wootton Realty Advisors negotiates commercial lease for Waterhouse Securities at 100 Wall St., New York, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jul 22, 1992
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