David B. Samadi, M.D., chief of robotics and minimal invasive surgery at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, has signed a lease for 8,179 square feet on the 21st floor of Jack Resnick & Sons’ 485 Madison Avenue. Asking rent in the building is $54 per square foot.
Dr. Samadi, a urologic surgeon trained in oncology and robotic surgery, performed the first robotic prostate cancer surgery at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and has performed over 3,800 prostate surgeries. Dr. Samadi has made a number of television appearances, including as a member of the Fox Medical A-team panel, and will use the 485 Madison Avenue office for patient consultations.
Univision renewed a long-term lease and expanded by 5,500 square feet at 485 Madison Avenue, giving the broadcaster a 21,234-square-foot presence there and pushing the building to 100-percent occupancy.
America’s largest Spanish-language radio company now leases the entire third floor and part of the second floor of the Jack Resnick & Sons-owned building on Madison Avenue at 52nd Street. Dennis P. Brady and Fran Delgorio represented Jack Resnick & Sons in-house. Michael Gottlieb and Martin Cottingham of Avison Young represented the tenant.
The Mount Sinai Medical Center struck a deal last week to launch its first downtown Brooklyn practice, according to reports.
The medical group will be taking 75,000 square feet to launch a new multi-specialty physician practice at 1 Pierrepont Plaza, Crain’s New York reported.