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Wilrock gets exclusive agency for Daily News Building sublet.

Wilrock National, Inc. has been appointed exclusive leasing agent for 21,778 square feet of space on the top three floors of The Daily News Building at 220 East 42nd Street in Manhattan.

According to Sam Irlander, executive vice president of Wilrock National, who is spearheading the leasing effort for what he calls "one of the most spectacular offices currently available in the city," the space is being sublet by its prime tenant, the insurance brokerage Cigna Companies on a short-term basis, although it may be possible to obtain a prime lease.

The three floors, which are interconnected by a spiral staircase in addition to elevator service, include the 8,517-square-foot 35th floor, the 7,357-square-foot 36th floor and the 5,904-square-foot 37th floor.

All three floors boast unobstructed, 360-degree views of Manhattan all the way to the Verazzano Bridge, move-in quality Art Deco installations and some spectacular amenities.

The 36th floor has a 10-foot by 30-foot usable wood-decked, landscaped terrace that runs along the 42nd Street side of the building and is entered through a glassed-in conference room. The 37th floor features an executive office and conference room suite with an adjacent private marble washroom with shower and mirrored ceiling.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:May 22, 1991
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