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Rudin Leases Up Two Floors at 80 Pine St. 

Rudin has completed two long-term, full-floor leases totaling more than 36,000 square feet at 80 Pine St., its 1.2-million-square-foot office tower in Lower Manhattan’s Financial District. The Global Alliance for TB Drug Development, Inc.  signed a 16-year, 21,561 square-foot lease, while law firm Elefterakis, Elefterakis & Panek LLP is expanding by 14,752 square feet, bringing its total presence in the tower to 28,408 square feet.  

The TB Alliance was represented by Savills vice chairman Marc Shapses.  Elefterakis, Elefterakis & Panek was represented by Thomas Cordasco of Thomas Cordasco Company. 

Rudin was represented in both transactions in-house by Kevin Daly. Rudin was also represented on the TB Alliance transaction by a JLL team of Frank Doyle, Alexander Chudnoff, John Wheeler, Kyle Young and Eliza Gordon. 

The owner-operator is in the final stages of repositioning 80 Pine St., which it developed in 1960. 

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