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Sloan Foundation renews with Rock Ctr.

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has signed a new five-year, eight-month agreement to extend its lease for office space in Rockefeller Center. This philanthropic non-profit institution occupies 12,000 square feet of space in the International Building at 630 Fifth Avenue.

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, a Rockefeller Center tenant since 1936, concentrates its programs primarily in four areas: science and technology; education in science, technology and management; economic growth and industrial competiteness; and selected national issues.

"This lease extension is representative of what continues to make Rockefeller Center an exceptional value to its tenants," says Alan L. Stein, Rockefeller Center Management Corporation vice president of marketing. "Whether it is for an existing tenant looking for an extension or a new tenant we are able to provide uncompromising building services at New York City's premiere midtown office location while remaining responsive and competitive to the market."

The lease transaction was negotiated on behalf of the landlord, Rockefeller Center Management Corporation, by Daniel Abramowitz, assistant vice president and on behalf of the tenant by Robert Abrams and Mark Boisi of Abrams, Benisch, Riker, Inc.
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Title Annotation:Rockefeller Center
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Feb 19, 1992
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