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New York City Aaronson Rappaport Feinstein & Deutsch LLP is taking part of a block of 600 Third Ave. space being vacated by anchor tenant Court TV as Turner Broadcasting System relocates operations to Atlanta. The law firm has signed a 15-year lease for two full floors totaling 43,424 square feet at the L&L Holding Co. property. Mark Weiss and Robert Eisenberg of Newmark Knight Frank represented ARFD transaction while L&L’s David C. Berkey represented the owner. ARFD plans to move from 757 Third Ave. in January 2011.

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