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Branding Agency Finds Plaza District Space a Perfect Fit 

GFP Real Estate, LLC said that QNY Creative, an award-winning branding agency, has signed a seven-year lease for 3,964 square feet of office space at 515 Madison Ave. in Manhattan’s Plaza District.  The tenant provides services that range from brand development, packaging and web design to content strategy, search engine marketing and community management.   

“515 Madison has open-floor plans paired with oversized windows overlooking the Empire State Building, a perfect fit for creative firms like QNY, which also liked that ownership is located within the building,” said Martin McGrath, senior managing director of GFP Real Estate.  

McGrath and Newmark’s William Grover of Newmark represented the landlord. Diego Rodino di Miglione, Ricky Ryan and Richard Nocom of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant.  

Built in 1932 and known as the DuMont Building, 515 Madison is a 42-story, 370,000-square-foot building designed by John H. Carpenter.  

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