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LEASING

Wakefern Food Corp leased 67k SF from Tucker Development Corp to anchor Newark’s Springfield Avenue Marketplace with a new ShopRite. The 11-acre site (vacant for 20 years) also will include 150 apartments, and the project will break ground this fall.

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 Bloomberg leased a 132k SF build-to-suit data center in Orangetown being developed by Russo Development and Sentinel Data Centers. The Rockland County Industrial Development Agency has approved a partial tax abatement, and the lease is conditional upon the county exec’s authorization. The property will come online in mid-2014. Russo’s Michael Pembroke repped the owners.

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Yahoo! has leased space at Blackstone Group’s 229 W 43rd St, the old New York Times Building, to consolidate all 500 NY employees. It also includes expansion room for 200 more.

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Crain Communications—repped by CBRE ‘s Mary Ann TigheDavid HollanderKen MeyersonPaul Stimpfle, and Brendan Herlihy—inked a 15-year, 59k SF lease at 685 Third Ave and will relocate at the end of 2013. CBRE’s Robert AlexanderHoward Fiddle, and Zachary Freeman repped the landlord, TIAA-CREF.

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Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates arranged in a long-term triple-net lease ofNathan and Solmi Accad’s 90k SF multi-story loft at 255 Butler Stbetween Nevins and Bond streets in Gowanus. The buyer, 255 Butler Street Associates LLC, is controlled by Sam Boymelgreen, who plans a multimillion-dollar redevelopment.

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Summit Business Media will relocate in July from 475 Park Ave S to 17k SF in 469 Seventh Ave (at 36th Street) under an eight-year lease. Colliers’ Eric Meyer and Martin Meyer repped the owners, and Cushman & Wakefield’s Alan Wildes repped the tenant.

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Rocco’s Tacos signed a 15-year lease for 15k SF at Muss Development’s 339 Adams St in Brooklyn. This is the first NY location (it has five in Florida) and will open by the end of the year. Muss’ Ross Spitalnick and RKF’s Ariel Schuster and Brian Segalrepped Muss. The Shopping Center Group repped Rocco’s.

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Aerotek leased 14k SF in RFR Realty’s 757 Third Ave, and TEKsystems took 15k, each for 10 years. Baltimore Ravens ownerSteve Bisciotti owns both tenants, which were repped by Cassidy Turley’s Jamie SmithMichael Norris, and Jonathan Schindler. RFR’s Steve Morrows and JLL’s Mitch Konsker and Alexander Chudnoff worked on the landlord side.

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The American Institute of Chemical Engineers arranged a 17k SF, long-term lease at Silverstein Properties’ 120 Wall St and will relocate from 3 Park Ave. Colliers’ Leon Manoff and Robert Kennedy repped the tenant. Roger Silverstein and Joseph Artusarepped the landlord internally. 120 Wall St is an Association Center, meaning it offers state incentives to nonprofits.

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FLSV Fund Administration Services is expanding from 3,800 SF to 14k in W&H Properties’ 1359 Broadway. Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s Robert Silver and Anthony Sciacca repped the tenant, and their colleagues William CohenRyan KassNeil Rubin, andAndrew Weisz repped the landlord.

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HelmsleySpear’s Gregg Slotnick repped International Safety Group in a 10k SF, four-year sublease at 708 Third Ave and Paulson Investment Co in a 5,500 SF lease at 40 Wall St (co-brokered by Magee Realty Corp).

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Lingerie company Journelle, repped by Winoker Realty’s Howard Epstein, leased 7,500 SF at 159 W 25th St for 10 years and will take occupancy Aug. 1. His colleague Corey Abdo repped investment bank Rodman & Co in a 7,500 SF sublease at 570 Lex through April 2016. CBRE repped the sublandlord, Volvo.

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Law firm Edward H. Burnbaum, repped by Cushman & Wakefield’sSteven Blair Strati and David Berke, leased 7,300 SF at 675 Third Ave, at the northeast corner of 42nd Street, and will relocate from 300 E 42nd St. The Durst Org’s Brandl Frey repped the landlord internally.

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LH Financial, repped by Studley’s Lance Leighton and Evan Margolin inked a 10-year, 6,600 SF lease at Boston Properties’ 510 Madison Ave at 53rd Street and will relocate from a co-op at 150 Central Park S this summer. Boston Properties’ Adam Frazier andDaniel Birney and CBRE repped the landlord.

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Adams & Co’s David Levy arranged a seven-year, 6,000 SF renewal for Horizon Imports at 10 W 33rd St. Jeffrey Schwartz joined him to rep the landlord of 1071 Ave of the Americas in a 5,300 SF, four-year renewal to David Geller Associates. Newmark Grubb Night Frank repped the tenant. Their colleague James Busilik negotiated a 10-year, 5,200 SF renewal for Recycling and General Industrial Union Local 108 Pensions & Welfare Funds at Kofler Associates’ 121 E 24th St.

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