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SBD/Issue 236/Leagues & Governing Bodies
Published September 6, 2006
MONSTER GARAGE: CRAIN’S N.Y. BUSINESS’ Julie Satow reports NASCAR is leaving its 7,800-square-foot office at the Seagram Building for a 19,500-square-foot space at Park Avenue Tower. The former office was located on E. 55th St. between Park and Madison avenues, while the new $90-per-square-foot space is located at 375 Park Ave., between E. 52nd and E. 53rd (NEWYORKBUSINESS.com, 9/5).
UNIFICATION BELT: The WTA beginning next year will turn management of its anti-doping program over to the Int’l Tennis Federation through 2011. WTA Tour VP/Business Affairs Andrew Walker said that the move “should mean a significant increase in testing.” The ATP handed over management of its program earlier this year (N.Y. TIMES, 9/5).