Cushman & Wakefield is marketing a sub-level retail space at 1633 Broadway, where a 733-glass cube entryway designed by Moed de Armas & Shannon will serve as a portal to two lower levels made up of 39,588 square feet of stacked concourse space.
The opportunity lies within a 2.5 million-square-foot Class A office tower spanning the entire block-front of Broadway between 50th and 51st Streets, owned by the Paramount Group.
The vacant sub-level space, formerly occupied by the outer-space-themed Mars 2112, has been gutted, and a sparkling glass entry cube, reminiscent of the above-ground glass façade leading to Apple’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue, will provide visibility and signage opportunities for a range of potential uses, said Alan Schmerzler, an executive director at Cushman & Wakefield who reviewed the floor plans with The Commercial Observer. Mr. Schmerzler is marketing the space along with Executive Vice President Brad Mendelson, Senior Director Steve Soutendijk and Senior Associate Chris Schwart.
The Germany-based Paramount Group is marketing a partial stake in its ownership of the 2.4 million-square-foot 1633 Broadway building in Times Square. The group, which recently added a 49 percent stake to its majority investment last month, is now seeking to flip a similar interest in a deal that might also include equity and part Read More
In the most significant office building deal to close since Google last winter grabbed 111 Eighth for $1.9 billion, Albert Behler’s Paramount Group has bought up the remaining 49 percent stake at 1633 Broadway in a deal that valued the building at $2 billion. A joint venture of Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley sold their interest Read More
Good news for the remaining employees of Hachette Filipacchi: your new offices won’t likely alter your commute much.
Magazine publisher Hachette Filipacchi is planning to trade its too-capacious offices at the Paramount Group’s 1633 Broadway for more recession-friendly offices less than half the size at the Time-Life tower two blocks east, according to multiple industry Read More