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Retailer signs at 233 Fifth Ave.

Perfume Palace Gift Center of New York, Inc., a retailer and wholesaler of perfumes, cosmetics and gift items, has leased 5,000 square feet of space comprising the entire ground floor and lower level at 233 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Helmsley-Spear's Jay W. Colbert, vice president and the building's exclusive agent, negotiated the long-term leasing transaction on behalf of the owner and tenant.

In addition to its normal facilities, Perfume Palace Gift Center will feature a special showroom at its new location to display its many products.

Located at the northeast corner of 27th Street in the heart of Manhattan's Gift and Art Districts, 233 Fifth Avenue is a five-story property owned and occupied by a prominent Hong Kong - based fashion importer.
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Title Annotation:Perfume Palace Gift Center of New York Inc. leases retail space in New York, New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Sep 22, 1993
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