The owner of 505 Fulton Street, United American Land, has outfitted the building with a huge ad covering that makes it clear the hunt is on to fill the landmark’s commercial space. UAL started converting the gorgeous-but-rundown Fulton Mall building last summer. TJ Maxx has already inked a deal for space, and an H&M is moving in next door, but the names on the advertisement (“Tommy,” “Georgio”) suggest UAL is also fishing for a high-end tenant.
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