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Law firm renews at The Beaumont.

After considering alternative locations throughout New York City and Westchester, Ladas & Parry, one of the nation's pre-eminent intellectual law firms, has renegotiated its existing lease on 45,000 square feet of space in The Beaumont at 26 West 61st Street in Manhattan.

Neal Lerner, senior managing director, and Alan Victor, executive vice president, of The Lansco Corporation--Ladas & Parry's exclusive brokers--negotiated the lease renewal, which has an aggregate rental valued in excess of $10 million. Lansco also represented the law firm nine years ago when it originally signed the lease at The Beaumont. Daniel Brodsky, partner of the Beaumont Company, represented the landlord.

Ladas & Parry, which specializes in patent and trademark law, will continue to occupy the entire commercial base of the Beaumont, a multi-use luxury high-rise building located on 61st Street between Broadway and Columbus Avenue.
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Title Annotation:Ladas and Parry renews lease on office space in New York, New York with Beaumont Co.
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jun 10, 1992
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