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New lease for Quantum Financial.

Quantum Financial, a Chicago-based commodities trading firm, is using this new lease to expand and consolidate their New York offices. The firm was formerly located at 1 World Trade Center and 2 World Trade Center.

111 Broadway, known as the Trinity Building, recently underwent a complete renovation and architectural restoration. The 21-story, 432,000-square-foot building is home to many financerelated firms.

Douglas E. Warnbach of Burke, Warren & Mackay provided legal representation for Quantum Financial. Richard Doolittle of Newmark & Company represented the owner.
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Title Annotation:commodities trading firm leases commercial space in New York, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Dec 23, 1992
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