George Comfort & Sons has got the goods at its newly renovated office building in the Theater District, signing a “consumer goods company” to a long-term lease. The landlord announced the 62,000-square-foot lease at 135 West 50th Street, a recently renovated, 1960s-era building a block west of Rockefeller Center, but did not specify the tenant or the asking rent for the space. An in-house team including Matt Coudert and Andrew Conrad represented George Comfort, while
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Upstate landlords are fed up with tenants wrecking their rentals and getting away with it. Landlords and property managers took their gripes to the Schenectady City Council last week, the Times Union reported. They want more police help to deal with destructive tenants and less punishment for minor infractions. The landlords shared stories of tenants punching holes in walls, ripping out wiring and flooding basements. One landlord said tenants have caused tens of thousands of
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