You win some, you lose some. Beacon Capital Partners’ 1211 Avenue of the Americas—where Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. is headquartered and which recently lost German bank WestLB to 7 World Trade Center—has just leased more than 40,000 square feet to Boston corporate law firm Ropes & Gray.
The law firm activated a provision of its 2005 lease of 250,000 square feet that allows it to take an additional floor in the tower, according to Maureen Silverleib, a spokeswoman for the firm.
The lease gives Ropes & Gray the 32nd floor, which the Royal Bank of Canada recently gave up, in addition to the space it occupies on floors 35 through 40 in the 45-story cloudbuster.
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