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NEW YORK CITY-The Empire State Building, which until recently was known for a large roster of small-space users, has signed another full-floor tenant. Specialty pharma company Noven Pharmaceuticals has leased the entire 37th floor at the 2.8-million-square-foot office property, relocating from another Midtown icon, the Chrysler Building.

William Cohen, EVP and principal at Newmark Knight Frank, says in a release that the deal “demonstrates the transformation of the Empire State Building.” Cohen heads the leasing program at 350 Fifth Ave., and represented W&H Properties along with Newmark colleagues Ryan Kass and Julie Christiano. James P. Quinn, Gary Youm and Nina Marroccoli of Jones Lang LaSalle represented Noven in the lease negotiations.

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