Longevity Brands, a swimwear designer and manufacturer affiliated with Mainstream Swimsuits and A&H Sportswear Co., has signed a 33,952-square-foot lease at 250 West 39th Street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues in Midtown, reported the Commercial Observer.
The company is preparing […]Read more
The area around the commuter rail terminal has two of the best features firms of all sizes and specialties are looking for: location and means of transport to many points in the northern parts of New York metro. Startups and […]Read more
Brevet Capital Management, a specialty finance institutional investment manager, is relocating its Midtown Manhattan headquarters. The firm will be vacating its current office space at 230 Park Avenue, also known as the Helmsley Building, and move to 441 Ninth Avenue […]Read more
Gorjian Real Estate has embarked on a multi-million-dollar renovation of the 17-story property located at 192 Lexington Ave., which will reposition the boutique asset to meet the current needs of tenants. The anticipated delivery of the first full-floor pre-build is […]Read more
LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the most widely used green building rating system in the world. Property owners choose to invest in having their buildings certified not only because it benefits the society, but also because […]Read more
The New York City commercial real estate market enjoyed a thriving first half of 2019. After a busy first quarter that saw some major deals closed by giants like WeWork, Related and Chetrit Group, the year’s second quarter upped the […]Read more
New York City’s bedrock is the Financial District, and although many of the old streets are still there, the skyline has changed dramatically. The area boasts an eclectic mix of companies that range from big 500 Fortune players to startups, creatives and […]Read more
You’ve heard everyone talk about it. Your business partners can’t stop bragging about their new loft space, how they love that edgy design and unconventional layout, and how they’re using it as leverage when it comes to attracting and locking […]Read more
The New York City retail scene had a busy second quarter, however, it wasn’t quite as busy as the first one. There were five leases closed in Q1 over 40,000 square feet, and the top deal of the quarter was for […]Read more
Sustainability and energy efficiency are more than just tools in helping save the environment. They’re proven ways that benefit company balance sheets, while also improving the wellbeing and productivity of those working in offices that have adhered to such practices. […]Read more
The New York City office market started the year in full force, with a fruitful first quarter that saw various high-profile leases signed. The second quarter of 2019 kept that momentum going, and office leasing activity remained strong.
According to […]Read more
Office design trends are constantly changing to keep up with the ever-shifting demands of today’s workforce. Businesses are competing to offer the latest and coolest office perks, in an attempt to attract young professionals and retain their top performers. Yet […]Read more