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30 Rockefeller Plaza

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Alec Baldwin might be leaving the hit television show 30 Rock in 2012, but at least the building will have Rain Africa. The South African bath, body and home retailer is taking 1,247 square feet at 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

Michael Stone of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant. Tishman Speyer, co-owner of the complex, represented itself.

The asking rent was $200 per square foot annually, according to the New York Post, which had news of the lease on July 7.