Something funny going on at 250 W57th Street.
"We have a lot of tenants in the arts and entertainment industries," says Barry Zeller, senior director, Cushman & Wakefield, the building's managing and leasing agent. "Chicago City Limits should feel right at home."
Founded in 1977 in Chicago, the troupe moved to New York in 1979. Since then, its critically acclaimed show, award-winning National Touring company, and top-notch theater training program have made Chicago City Limits a New York landmark.
Amit Ehrenberg of Ben & Company, Inc. represented the tenant in the lease negotiations.
Constructed in 1921, 250 West 57th today is home to many of the city's key players in the arts and entertainment industry.
Some of its prominent tenants include Al Roker Productions; RZO LLC, music accountants; and Merchant Ivory Productions
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|Title Annotation:||Chicago City Limits changes location|
|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||Feb 16, 2005|
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