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Former Head of FBI Leases Suite at Empire State Building

NEW YORK CITY—The firm of Louis J. Freeh, former director of the FBI, has leased a pre-built suite at the Empire State Building.

The firm, Freeh Group International Solutions LLC, moved into its new 5,412-sq.-ft. space on the 31st floor earlier this month.

FGIS is an independent global risk management firm serving in the areas of business integrity and compliance, safety and security, investigations and due diligence. In addition to Louis Freeh, the management team of FGIS includes former senior law enforcement officials, legal consultants, accountants and security and compliance experts.

Joseph Fabrizi, Bill Lee and David Malawer of Cushman & Wakefield represented FGIS in the lease negotiations. William G. Cohen and Ryan Kass represented the landlord.

The flagship of the W&H Properties' office portfolio, the Empire State Building is supervised by Malkin Holdings LLC.

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