NEW YORK CITY — CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) has brokered a 15-year, 100,000-square-foot office lease at 7 Times Square in Manhattan, New York City. Law firm Pryor Cashman will relocate to the space, which encompasses the 39th through 41st floors of the tower, as well as almost half of the third floor. The move will consolidate the firm’s offices, which are located at 400 and 410 Park Ave., as well as 70 E. 55th St. The new space also contains 10,000 additional square feet, allowing for future growth. Pryor Cashman will occupy the space in mid-2009. CBRE’s Mark Ravesloot, Lewis Miller, Jason Gorman and Mike Wellen represented the tenants. The landlord, Boston Properties, was represented by John Powers, Peter Turchin and Christie Harle, also of CBRE. The deal follows two other recent large Manhattan office leases CBRE has arranged. The firm brokered Viacom’s renewal of 1.3 million square feet at 1515 Broadway, as well as Mercedes-Benz USA’s relocation of its flagship car dealership to 332,982 square feet at 770 11th Ave.