Newmark's Chrylser deal.
The full range, midsized law firm will occupy 27,000 square feet, comprising the entire 19th floor and part of the 21st floor. The space on the 19th floor was obtained through an intricate transaction that included a five-year sublease from Minerals Technologies Inc., with a five-year extension directly from the landlord, which was represented by Tishman Speyer Properties, along with a direct lease with the landlord for the 21st-floor space.
Newmark executive vice president Mark S. Weiss represented Graubard Miller. Robert D. Goodman, executive managing director of Grubb & Ellis, represented the sublessor, while Greg Conen of Tishman Speyer Properties acted on behalf of the landlord.
Noah Scooler, Esq., senior partner of Graubard Miller, said, "We are very excited to be moving into one of the most notable buildings in the world. The relocation will enable us to take advantage of greater efficiencies offered by the facility in the form of an ideal floor size and shape with the added bonus of operable windows."
Graubard Miller has been serving clients since 1948. The firm delivers a scope and level of service suitable for the largest of clients on a cost-efficient basis that businesses of all sizes can appreciate.
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|Title Annotation:||Newmark and Company Real Estate helps Graubard Miller move to Chrysler Building|
|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Dec 15, 2004|
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