Assouline, the publisher behind high-end coffee table books, has taken 10,000 square feet on a portion of the 27th floor at 3 Park Avenue, according to a release issued by the landlord.
The company will relocate from its current home at the Starrett-Lehigh Building at 601 West 26th Street between 11th and 12th Avenues to the 41-story property between East 33rd and East 34th Streets, Commercial Observer has learned. It will likely move during the second quarter of 2016.
Martha Stewart is opening Martha Stewart Cafe inside RXR Realty‘s Starrett-Lehigh Building, as Bloomberg News reported two days ago, but Commercial Observer has learned that the cafe is really a kiosk occupying a mere 150 square feet.
The kiosk, which will replace a seating area on the first floor in the building at 601 West 26th Street
between 11th and 12th Avenues, is not enclosed and won’t have any seats, said a source with intimate knowledge of the long-term deal, which was signed within the last 30 days. There were no brokers involved in the deal.
California-based Security Industry Specialists has signed an 11,633-square-foot lease at the Starrett-Lehigh Building at 601 West 26th Street.
The security company signed a 10-year-six-month deal for a portion of the 13th floor of the building, according to The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the lease. Asking rent for the space was in the high-$60s per square foot.
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about retail sales expectations for Early Bird Thursday through Black Friday and on to Cyber Monday.
If you missed it, you can find the column here: http://commercialobserver.com/2013/11/retailing-it-around-manhattan/. Now, it’s early December, and the preliminary numbers are in. It wasn’t exactly “all that” regarding brick-and-mortar Black Friday sales, Read More
Under Armour, maker of form-fitting sportswear, will squeeze into a new space after inking a 19,000-square-foot deal in the Starrett-Lehigh Building at 601 West 26th Street, an address primed to profit from the sizzling Midtown South market and massive Hudson Yards development.
The 10-year lease will bring the tenant to part of the 15th floor of the 20-story building occupying the entire block between 26th and 27th Streets and 11th and 12th Avenues. It’s Under Armour’s first NYC space.
Following RXR Realty’s $700 million acquisition of 450 Lexington Avenue last year, six of the firm’s top executives met with sellers Daniel Saliba and Mark Troy of Istithmar World Capital for a closing dinner at Lavo, the Italian restaurant on Manhattan’s East Side.
A round of toasts that evening, most agreed, was in stark contrast Read More
A24 Films has inked a deal for an office at the 601 West 26th Street, also known as the Starrett-Lehigh Building.
The entertainment company will be leasing a 3,100 square foot office in the 2,300,000 square foot building that occupies the entire rectangle block between 26th and 27th Street and 11th and 12th Avenue.
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The success of 200 Fifth Avenue has served in many ways as the template for 28-40 West 23rd Street, and no doubt many other buildings in Midtown South. The building’s developer, L&L Holding Co., guessed the popularity of the neighborhood and bet a big reinvention of the property would draw top-shelf tenants, a gamble that paid off when it landed Grey Advertising and Tiffany & Co. Now the landlord of 28-40 West 23rd Street is in the middle of a similar kind of makeover. The Cohen, Roos and Carmel families, who together own the 600,000-square-foot tower, have plans to create a roof deck and have done deals with tech companies that are invading the neighborhood in droves. After the jump, The Commercial Observer talks to Andrew Roos, a Colliers International leasing executive and an owner of 28-40 West 23rd Street. Return at 10:30 today for a second installment with David Berkey, L&L’s director of leasing.