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TV firm signs major Manhattan lease.

Worldvision Enterprises, Inc., a distributor of television programs and feature films, has expanded in midtown Manhattan.

Worldvision has committed to 41,000 square feet for 16 years at 1700 Broadway. The firm, which is based in Los Angeles, will house its New York executive offices in the building.

Worldvision's current headquarters building, 660 Madison Avenue, is the future home of the flagship store of Barney's of New York. Cushman & Wakefield negotiated a termination of the Worldvision lease with Metropolitan Life, which then sold the floors to Barney's.

Michael Laginestra, Stuart Romanoff and Scott Gottlieb of Cushman & Wakefield, Inc. represented Worldvision in the both transactions.
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Title Annotation:Worldvision Enterprises Inc.
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:May 22, 1991
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