Madison Avenue


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Madison Avenue,

celebrated street of Manhattan, borough of New York City. It runs from Madison Square (23d St.) to the Madison Bridge over the Harlem River (138th St.). In the 1940s and 50s, some of the major U.S. advertising agencies had headquarters in its midtown section, and the name of the avenue became synonymous with the advertising industry.

Madison Avenue

New York street; home of advertising companies. [Am. Culture: Misc.]

Madison Avenue

a street in New York City: a centre of American advertising and public-relations firms and a symbol of their attitudes and methods
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295 Madison Avenue is a perfect opportunity for a flagship to take the entire space, or for a curated mix of retailers, restaurants, fashion, fitness or financial service brands," said Alterman.
According to Cushman & Wakefield, the average asking rent on Madison Avenue, between 57th and 72nd streets, was $947 per square foot in the first quarter, the first time in two years the average rent has fallen below $1,000 a foot.
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The retail at 1156 Madison Avenue is located at the base of a beautiful Brodsky rental building in one of Manhattan's most affluent neighborhoods," said Baker.
RKF and Isaacs and Company arranged a new lease for Aquazzura at 935 Madison Avenue on the Upper East Side.
RKF and Isaacs and Company announced that they have arranged a 2,244 s/f lease with French luxury leather goods and accessories retailer Moynat at 935 Madison Avenue.

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