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The Gap to open at site of last remaining automat.

In a leasing transaction that symbolized the end of an era, The Gap will house its newest store in the 16,000-square-foot retail space at 200 East 42nd Street at Third Avenue, previously occupied for many decades by New York's last remaining Horn & Hardart automat.

The long-term leasing transaction was negotiated by Alan Victor, executive vice president, and Carol Judelson of The Lansco Corporation. David Durst of The Durst Organization, the building's owner, represented the landlord.

According to Victor, The Gap plans to house Baby Gap, Gap Kids and its regular merchandise, in 8,500 square feet of groundlevel retail space and 7,500 square feet of lower-level retail space at 200 East 42nd Street.
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Title Annotation:Horn & Hardart automat
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:May 6, 1992
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