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NEW YORK CITY-After undergoing a $550-million makeover, the culture at the iconic pre-war Empire State Building is not only shifting, but getting bigger tenants as well. In January, Li & Fung committed to nearly 490,000 square feet there, and on Wednesday landlord W&H Properties allured global beauty and fragrance giant Coty Inc. to relocate all its Manhattan offices exclusively to the 2.8-million-square-foot skyscraper, the company announced. Come April 2012, Coty will be moving from its space at One Park Ave. and Two Park Ave. in an effort to consolidate its North American headquarters.

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