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.
Early last week, the online career and academic resource library, LearningExpress LLC, signed a three year, 8,695-square-foot lease at 80 Broad Street. Asking price was $32 per square foot, said Todd Korren, principal and director of leasing with the landlord, Savanna.
“80 Broad is a fully renovated building with redundant telecommunications infrastructure, 24/7 manned security, Read More
Legal Solutions Group, LLC has inked a new deal with Savanna for its office in 80 Broad Street.
Founded by Gary Markham in 2005, the company has grown from a small bill review service into a business processing outsourcing and software company. The company provides litigation management products, service solutions, and performance tools and has Read More
McGivney and Kluger have inked an expansion deal on their lease at 80 Broad Street.
The insurance defense firm started in 1994 as a small law firm in Florham Park, New Jersey. It has since opened twelve offices across the nation in metropolitan regions such as Boston, Philadelphia, Fort Lauderdale, Syracuse, San Francisco, and, of Read More
Educational Networks, Inc. will be moving from its office on John Street to Savanna’s 80 Broad Street.
The private educational services firm will move into a 5,790 square foot unit on the 25th floor of the building. The lease was set for six years.
Robert Corbi of Colliers International represented Educational Networks in the deal. Read More
The 360,000 square foot building at 80 Broad Street owned by Savanna will be the new home for Forte Capital Group.
Forte Capital Group, a full-service fixed income securities trading firm, will be moving from its suite on the 28th floor of 120 Broadway to Broad Street. The firm signed a 10,225 square foot lease on Read More
The 300,000-square-foot building on 5 Hanover Square, owned by Savanna, will be the new home for Digital First Media.
Digital First Media will be occupying a 9,800-square-foot suite on the highest floor – 25th floor – in the building. “There will be no offices in the new environment,” said John Paton, CEO of Digital First Media.