George Harrison, Mark Ronson and Rodgers & Hammerstein all have catalogs represented by Concord, which is consolidating its offices, at 250 W. 57th St.

The world’s largest independent developer, manager and acquirer of music recordings, music publishing and theatrical performance rights for artists will be moving into 46,329 square feet. The space is on the entire fifth and sixth floors of the building, which sits across from the new Nordstrom and by the entrance to Turnstyle’s underground subway market.

Concord now has divisions in the Flatiron District, Greenwich Village and Chelsea. The company also represents Andrew Lloyd Webber’s theatrical works.

The West 57th Street building and area have historically been home to entertainment firms. Other building tenants include ASCAP and the Universal Music Group.

CBRE’s Paul Haskin, who repped Concord, said: “The renovation and refurbishing of the lobby, combined with the renovation of the property and the access to the public transportation all pointed for a very strong reason for Concord to return to the roots of the industry.”

The Empire State Realty Trust building owner was represented by the Cushman & Wakefield team of Rob Lowe, Harry Blair, Sean Kearns, Paige Engeldrum and Dan Organ, along with Keith Cody and Leslie Nadel in-house. The asking rent was $69 per square foot.