Renovation Underway at 192 Lexington Avenue in Midtown Manhattan

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 ...
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Knotel Inks Trio of Office Leases Across Manhattan

Knotel has signed a trio of leases across Manhattan, bringing its presence in the New York City area close to 2.5 million square feet.  In one of the deals, the provider of flexible office space inked a 10-year lease for ...
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Leading Insurance Firm Aflac Staying Put at 14 Wall Street

American insurance company Aflac (American Family Life Assurance Company) is keeping its office at 14 Wall Street in Lower Manhattan. The Commercial Observer reports that the company has signed a five-year deal to lease its current office on the building's ...
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Flatiron Health Renews, Expands Lease at One SoHo Square

Healthcare technology firm Flatiron Health has nearly doubled the space it occupies at One SoHo Square, a two-building Class A office development owned by Stellar Management and Imperial Capital in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood. In a deal intermediated by Savills, the ...
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Law Firm Inks New Lease at 7 Times Square in Midtown Manhattan

Norris McLaughlin, a full-service business law firm with offices in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania, has inked a deal to lease 27,488 square feet of prime office space on the 21st floor of 7 Times Square in Midtown Manhattan ...
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From One Iconic Skyscraper to Another, Macmillan Changes HQ

A New York pioneering skyscraper of its era, the Flatiron Building is closing down for renovations, reports the Commercial Observer. Macmillan Publishers, the parent company to publishers like St. Martin’s Press and Henry Holt & Co., has been the sole ...
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Tag Opens New Americas HQ in The New York Times Building

Marketing and communications company Tag opened its new Americas headquarters in The New York Times Building, a 52-story Class A+ building located on the west side of Midtown Manhattan.   The U.K.-based firm signed a lease for the entire 31,000-square-foot ...
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NYC Ad Agency Moves Into Cadillac’s Former SoHo Office at 330 Hudson

New York City-based advertising agency DeVito/Verdi is moving its headquarters from Fifth Avenue to Manhattan’s Hudson Square neighborhood, near SoHo. The 31-year-old company has subleased the 17,175-square-foot office space left vacant by Cadillac at 330 Hudson Street. Cadillac had established ...
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Converge Marketing Moves to Thor Equities’ 25 West 39th Street

New York-based Converge Marketing is moving its Midtown South office space from 33rd Street to a historic building on West 39th Street. According to the Commercial Observer, the marketing agency will take over 13,116 square feet on the entire sixth ...
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Private Equity Firm to Move Headquarters to SL Green’s One Vanderbilt

Leading mid-market private equity firm Sentinel Capital Partners will be moving its corporate headquarters to SL Green's One Vanderbilt, a 77-story office tower under construction in Midtown Manhattan. The New York-based company signed a 15-year lease for the entire 28,448-square-foot ...
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Savanna Closes $381M Acquisition of 521 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan

The pending sale of 521 Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan has officially closed. Savanna paid $381 million to buy the 39-story tower from a joint partnership between SL Green and Plaza Global Real Estate Partners, the Commercial Observer reports. The ...
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Quontic Bank, Century Consulting Moving Offices to Midtown Manhattan

The Midtown Manhattan office scene continues to attract high-profile tenants, even with average asking rents reaching a post-recession peak of $87 per square foot, according to CBRE's Q1 2019 data. While the steep prices are driving some companies out of ...
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