Gina Group LLC is expanding its presence at 10 West 33rd Street, otherwise known as the Fashion Accessories Center.
The manufacturing, licensing, and distribution company will be taking an additional 3,177 square feet on the third floor and 2,944 square feet on the fourth floor, bringing the company’s total occupation to 31,000 square feet in the building.
The New York-based development and construction firm Wonder Works Construction will be leaving its offices in Flatiron to move to Herald Square.
The firm currently houses its main office in a 5,000-square-foot office on the fourth floor of 18 West 21st Street, but will move out in favor of a larger 8,000-square-foot suite at Sol Goldman Investments’ 894 Sixth Avenue.Read More
The mixed-use building at 137 East 47th Street between Third and Lexington Avenues has been sold for $8 million dollars. The owners, undisclosed local investors, sold the building for nearly four times the price they paid less than a decade ago.
“The sellers bought in 7-8 years ago for $2.4 million dollars and today exited Read More
Insignia National Title Agency, a boutique provider of title insurance, will nearly triple its office space in an expansion and relocation uptown, officials told The Commercial Observer.
The company will move to a new 5,600-square-foot office space on the seventh floor of 6 East 39th Street, otherwise known as the Craftsman Building, between Madison and Fifth Avenue in Midtown.
The Luxembourg-based facility manager and business support system Regus will open a new location downtown. The company operates more than 1,400 locations around the world with nearly 60 in the city.
With a lease duration of 10 years, Regus’ latest office boasts 32,000 square feet at 101 Sixth Avenue, an Edward J.Minskoff Equities assetnorth of Canal Street with steep asking rents of $75 per square foot.