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NEW YORK CITY-Bond broker Cantor Fitzgerald has confirmed its intention to spend $100 million on the renovation of a Vornado Realty Trust-owned building off Union Square for its new headquarters. According to a spokesperson for the firm, a 170,000 sf space is earmarked for 600-plus Cantor employees, while the remaining space would be built out for retail tenants.

Cantor, which had occupied 250,000 sf in the World Trade Center’s north Tower, lost 658 employees in the attacks last Sept. 11. After losing its five-floor WTC quarters, Cantor moved to a five floors in East Midtown, where it signed a two-year lease.

The firm is said to be negotiating for city and state funding to assist with the rebuilding costs.

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