NEW YORK CITY—In a quick wrap-up of three complex projects, L&L Holding Co.’s president and CIO Robert Lapidus provided a rapt audience Thursday at a Midtown luncheon sponsored by the B’nai Brith Real Estate Division with “case studies.”

In the loftily titled “Reimaging Buildings,” talk, he outlined all that L&L has done or is doing at 114 5th Ave., 195 Broadway and the company’s crown jewel, 425 Park Ave. “We’re about creating 21st century buildings for today’s tenant,” Lapidus said.

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