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Lawyers move to Times Square

11 Times Square
11 Times Square

SJP Properties has signed a 6,964 s/f lease with law firm Kent Beatty & Gordon, LLP at 11 Times Square.

KB&G will relocate its New York offices from 425 Park Avenue, which is slated to be razed. Jesse Rubens and Nick Gilman, of MHP Real Estate Services, represented KB&G in the lease. Paul Glickman and Dan Turkewitz of JLL, 11 Times Square’s exclusive office leasing agent, represented SJP, which owns tower in a joint venture with Prudential Real Estate Investors.

KB&G joins a roster of companies at 11 Times Square that includes Microsoft, e-Marketer, and international law firm Proskauer.

This year, SJP announced several new leases at the building, including digital media giant Answers Corporation and law firm Cohen Rabin Stine Schumann. Last year, SJP announced that it had leased the entirety of the building’s retail space to tenants including Bank of America, URBO, Señor Frog’s and Off the Wall Frozen Yogurt.

“We’re very pleased to welcome Kent Beatty & Gordon to 11 Times Square, as we continue to grow our roster of distinguished law firms,” said Steven J. Pozycki, CEO of SJP Properties. “The building offers unrivaled access to the cultural heart of New York City, perfectly situated in one of Manhattan’s main transportation hubs. It’s clear that companies see real value in the ability to operate and grow their businesses in this prime location.”


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