Fred Leffel

  • Clarion Scoops Up NYC’s 100-104 Fifth Ave. for $230M

    The hot Midtown South office market in Manhattan saw a trophy property change hands this week with Clarion Partners acquiring 100-104 Fifth Ave., a 17-story, 277,412-square-foot building, from the Kaufman Organization and Invesco Real Estate for $230 million.

    New York 06 June 2013 14:24

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