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UPDATE: Amazon signs lease at SL Green's 410 10th Avenue in NYC

Online retail giant Inc. agreed to occupy 335,408 square feet at office real estate investment trust SL Green Realty Corp.'s property at 410 10th Avenue in New York City.

The lease deal was first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

In April, First Republic Bank signed a new 211,521-square-foot lease at the property, the REIT said, noting that the building is now 96.2% leased.

Amazon will take the redeveloped property without any of the special tax credits and other inducements it had sought when it was looking for the headquarters location, according to the publication.

The Journal also reported that Facebook Inc. is seeking to lease property in a nearby neighborhood.