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Law firms lease Madison spaces

Cushman & Wakefield a has arranged two long-term leases totaling 13,702 s/f for the entire 5th and 7th floors at 366 Madison Avenue in Midtown.

Law firm Hall Booth Smith will occupy the 5th floor of the building, while Ford Harrison, which specializes in labor and employment law, will lease the 7th floor of the property.

A Cushman & Wakefield team of Gordon Hough, Stephen Bellwood and James Frederick represented the landlord, Ponte Gadea, in each transaction.

Hall Booth Smith was represented by Alan Wildes of Cushman & Wakefield and Ford Harrison was represented by Robin Fisher and David Kilborn of Newmark Knight Frank.

“Located a block from Grand Central, 366 Madison offers a prime location for commuters in the heart of New York City,” said Bellwood. “The stable ownership and management at this property proved a valuable selling point for both tenants.”

366 Madison Avenue is a 16-story building with a renovated lobby and concierge desk along with on-site management.

Construction was recently completed on a brand new pre-built of 6,851 s/f covering the entire 14th floor of the building.

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