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Relocation on 3d Ave.

In a relocation negotiated by the Edward S. Gordon Company, Inc. (ESG), Parade Magazine has leased 72,913 square-feet of office space at 711 Third Avenue. Stephen B. Siegel, ESG's president, made the announcement.

The tenant, which publishes the popular Sunday magazine distributed in more than 350 daily newspapers nationwide, is relocating its entire New York operation from nearby 750 Third Avenue.

ESG's Lewis Miller, consulting director, Carol Nelson, executive vice president, and Mary Ann Tighe, executive managing director, negotiated the 15-year transaction on behalf of the tenant.
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Title Annotation:Parade Magazine leases office space at 711 Third Avenue, New York, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Sep 22, 1993
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