The law firm Hiscock & Barclay signed a four-year lease earlier this week for 12,500 square feet of space at Boston Properties‘ 7 Times Square (Times Square Tower), which is currently seeking a LEED for Existing Buildings rating from USGBC. The firm is actually subleasing the space from another law firm- Brown Rudnick- and will pay approximately $90 per square foot.
The 47-story, David Childs-designed Times Square Tower opened up back in 2004 without an anchor tenant after the Arthur Andersen implosion. Newmark Knight Frank represented Hiscock & Barclay in connection with the lease negotiations, with PBS Real Estate for Brown Rudnick.
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