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Legal Data Provider Inks First Midtown Lease

Legal data provider Leopard Solution, based north of the city in Bronxville, NY, has signed on for its first Midtown office. HSP Real Estate Group’s Howard Epstein arranged the 2,500-square-foot prebuilt at Brause Realy’s 37 W. 39th St.

“Leopard Solutions is eagerly looking forward to its increased access to major transportation hubs, retail and restaurants, as this lease was executed from start to finish in three weeks,” said Epstein. “The building’s accessibility will provide unprecedented opportunity for the company to meet the ever-changing demands of an international customer base.”

Ownership was represented by HSP Real Estate Group, and the tenant was represented by Joseph Armano of Armano Real Estate. The lease term is three years. Leopard Solutions, which was established in 2002 and serves clients globally, plans to move into its Midtown office this summer.

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