The law firm Milbank Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP is negotiating to renew its lease at the downtown office building 1 Chase Manhattan Plaza, sources said.
The firm occupies 375,000 square feet on several floors at the property, which is owned by the bank JP Morgan Chase. Rents in the deal were not available by press time. The lease is a change in plans for the company.
The Roosevelt Institute, which promotes the “legacy, values and spirit” of the nation’s 32nd president and his wife, took 10,400 feet at the building previously known as the RCA Victor building, The Feil Organization’s 50-floor asset at 570 Lexington Avenue.
When Deloitte signed a 430,000-square-foot lease at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in December, it seemed like the space came from thin air.
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