Todd Korren, senior vice president of HelmsleySpear, that the firm has had interest from a variety ofdifferent industry types including, legal, financial services, notfor profit, governmental, education and cultural. He notes that"the building is ideal for any user which is interested inprominent identity and having the ability to manage its own officeenvironment."

The building at 140 William St. is a six-story office buildingat the corner of Fulton and William Streets. The ground floor iscolumn free and has 16-foot ceilings "perfect for office or retailuse," according to a prepared statement. There is 155 feet ofcorner frontage on Fulton Street, two elevators, and it is locatednear 12 subway lines. Additionally, the building, which Korren sayshas an asking rent of $46 per sf, qualifies for the CRP/LowerManhattan plan financial incentives.

Korren notes that the entire building can be leased, and floorby floor leasing "may also be considered." There is no bid deadlineas of yet.

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