Interdealer Information Technologies have renewed and expanded their office at 14 Wall Street.
The trading solutions firm will expand their New York office to 6,598 square feet on the fourth floor of 14 Wall Street. In addition their New York office, the firm operates out of the Longcroft House in London and in Simi Valley in Los Angeles.
Accommodating three regional markets, the firm has processed more than $5 trillion dollars in trades on their platform.
An exclusive leasing team and management agent consisting of Howard Fiddle, Bradley Gerla, and Jonathan Cope of CBRE represented the landlord, a venture between Capstone Realty and the Carlyle Group. A Peter Shaklis from Lee & Associates represented the tenant in the transaction.
Both parties declined to comment on the deal.
The building at 14 Wall Street stands as one of the premier addresses in the Financial District. Trowbridge & Livingston designed the neoclassical building as the headquarters for Bankers Trust in 1912. In total, the building stands at 37 stories with floor-plates that span 40,000 square feet at the base, 36,000 square feet near the center of the property and 8,000-12,000 at the tower.
The building also boasts an extensive list of tenants including Bank of America, NYU Medical Center, the New York Stock Exchange, and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority in addition to several more. JP Morgan, the financier himself, once lived on the 31st floor of the building.
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