Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP has signed an expansion at W&H Properties’ 1350 Broadway, the landlord announced last week. The law firm, which moved to the building in 2007, increased its presence by 35 percent and will now occupy a total of 37,609 square feet across three floors.
“Tarter Krinsky & Drogin has been a tenant at 1350 Broadway during a period in which we have transformed the property in a $53-million, top-to-bottom upgrade program,” said Anthony Malkin, president of Malkin Holdings, which oversees the W&H portfolio, in a prepared statement. “This expansion demonstrates that we’ve delivered on our promises and ensured the highest levels of tenant satisfaction.”
The recently completed upgrade program included a new lobby, renovated elevators, a new roof and other improvements. The 25-story, 400,000-square-foot building, located across from Macy’s, features W&H pre-built units ranging from 2,500 to 5,600 square feet.
The tenant, which also operates an office in Princeton, New Jersey, specializes in a number of practice areas, including finance, construction, litigation, real estate and tax law. Recently, the firm has represented the condominium board at 150 Nassau Street in its attempts to block a Denny’s restaurant from occupying the building’s commercial space.
Paul Amrich and Neil King of CBRE represented the tenant in the leasing transaction. A Newmark Grubb Knight Frank team comprised of William Cohen, Ryan Kass, Neil Rubin and Andrew Weisz represented the landlord.
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