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Mendik leases to State Dept.

The U.S. Department of State-Division of Foreign Missions leased 4,110 at the "United Nations Office Building" at 866 U.N. Plaza, owned and managed by Mendik Realty Co., Inc. Leo J. Kuhn, vice president of Mendik Realty negotiated the deal and the broker was George O'Donnell of Koeppel Tener Riguardi, Inc.

The State Department moved from 801 First Avenue across the street from the United Nations to 866 U.N. Plaza corner First Avenue and East 48th Street, which is next to the United Nations Building area.

This office, Division of Foreign Service, acts as liason between the Missions and the U.S. Department of State.
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Title Annotation:Mendik Realty Co.
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Apr 22, 1992
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