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SL Green Completes Redevelopment of 640,000 SF Manhattan Office Building

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The office building at 410 10th Ave. in Midtown Manhattan, which was originally built in 1927 as the Master Printer's Building, totals approximately 640,000 square feet.

NEW YORK CITY — Locally based landlord SL Green Realty Corp. (NYSE: SLG) has completed the redevelopment of 410 10th Avenue, a 640,000-square-foot office building in Midtown Manhattan. The 20-story building was originally constructed in 1927 as the Master Printer’s Building, named for its ability to support printing presses. New York-based MdeAS led the design of the redevelopment, including a lobby relocation, addition of an adjacent garden and new windows, updating of retail storefronts, a full façade restoration and a refresh of office space. During construction, the building was purchased by The 601W Cos., but SL Green continued to oversee the redevelopment.

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