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Leases signed in Newark.

Helmsley-Spear, Inc. announced recent activity at 744 Broad Street, 24 Commerce Street and 1180 Raymond Boulevard. The six transactions were all negotiated by Helmsley-Spear Vice President Leon G. Topelsohn on behalf of owner Investment Properties Associates. Alfred Hassinger, vice president of Helmsley-Spear, represented the tenants in these transactions.

Activity at 24 Commerce Street, a 20-story, 175,000 square foot property also known as the Federal Trust Building, included two leases:

* Medical Copy Services, a Philadelphia-based company, has opened a 2,000 square foot branch office to better service doctors and lawyers in Newark's downtown business district

* Dalwyn T. Dean, Esquire, expanded her present lease to 800 square feet

Newark's tallest office tower, 744 Broad Street, a 35-story, 566,400 square foot building .known as the National Newark building welcomed two

new tenants:

* Christopher M. Hartwyk, Esquire, and Matthew S. Slowinski, Esquire, signed for 1,500 square feet after announcing the formation of their new law partnership

* Elf Technologies Inc., a firm offering computer programs for attorneys, relocated its 500-square-foot offices from New York City's Financial District in order to serve the high concentration of law firms in downtown Newark as well as to maintain easy access to Manhattan

Activity at the Raymond-Commerce Building, a 37-story office tower rising at 1180 Raymond Boulevard, included:

* Lourdes M. Rodriguez, Esquire, relocated and expanded her 800 square foot law offices

* Associated Press Newswire Service renewed its roof lease for a microwave transmission station, noting that this tower facility is an ideal location for transmission.
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Title Annotation:Helmsley-Spear Inc. brokers commercial space at various locations in Newark, New Jersey
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jul 7, 1993
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