Real estate private equity firm Savanna has donated space to the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council for its artist residency program for the second year in a row, it was announced earlier this week. LMCC will utilize 8,409 square feet at 100 Wall Street through summer 2013.
Last year, Savanna donated the entire 11,250-square-foot 21st floor at 80 Broad Street for LMCC’s use. The donated space is used as an incubator for dance, theatre, art and digital media. The organization will incubate up to 20 projects, according to Melissa Levin, director of cultural programs at LMCC.
Rosenbaum & Rosenbaum has signed a deal for an office in the Financial District, it was announced.
The personal injury law firm will be taking a 3,822-square-feet office on the 15th floor of Savanna-owned 100 Wall Street. The firm represents clients throughout the city and the metropolitan area on personal injury, medical malpractice and product Read More
Law firm, Schindler Cohen and Hochman, has renewed the lease on its 11,800 square foot office at 100 Wall Street. The decade-long lease was signed two months ago, just prior to Tropical Storm Sandy, said Brian Waterman, of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, representing the tenant. “They had a year and a half to go on Read More
The Council of State Governments has expanded its lease at Savanna’s 100 Wall Street.
“The superior light and air, efficient floor plates, quality of existing tenancy as well as the high quality of Savanna prebuilt space attracted them to 100 Wall Street,” noted Kevin Hoo, vice president of Savanna, about their initial appeal to the Read More
Blackwall Capital Markets has signed a lease for Savanna’s 100 Wall Street in the Financial District.
The consulting firm specializing in life insurance and financial planning has signed a lease for a 4,343 square foot portion of the eleventh floor in the historic building. The lease was set for eight years.
Mitch Konsker, Scott Cahaly, Read More
A global speciality insurer and reinsurer, Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & Insurance Company, signed a new lease at Savanna’s 100 Wall Street.
The firm was found in 1866 as the “first company in America devoted primarily to industrial safety.” Over the 145 years of service, the firm has grown its inspection force to over 1,200 engineers, inspectors Read More
Since taking the reins as leasing director and a partner at Savanna last month, Todd Korren has applied his 27 years of experiences as a developer, leasing agent, property manager and real estate executive to the real estate private equity firm’s three million-plus square feet of property. The former Swig Equities senior vice president, 47, spoke last week with The Commercial Observer about his new role at Savanna, his continued confidence in Lower Manhattan and assets such as 100 Wall Street and 31 Penn Plaza.