Beverly Hills-based studio Relativity Media has signed a lease for its first New York location, Commercial Observer has learned. The studio signed a 10-year deal for the entire 16,874-square-foot second floor at Spear Street Capital’s 315 Park Avenue South and will pay rent starting in the mid-$60s per square foot.
Founded in 2004, Relativity Media is best known as a producer and distributor of films and television programs. Among other credits, the company has been involved as producer or distributor for The Social Network, The Fighter and Act of Valor.
Citi Habitats is moving its Noho office from a storefront location to a fifth-floor space.
The residential real estate brokerage has signed a lease for 6,189 square feet on the fifth floor at 665 Broadway, at the corner of Bond Street, Crain’s reported. The upstairs office replaces a smaller storefront location at 37 Third Avenue, a spokesman for Citi Habitats told Commercial Observer.
Continental Grain Company has signed a 38,100-square-foot, seven-year sublease and relocation at Boston Properties’ 767 Fifth Avenue – the iconic GM Building.
The New York Post reported that the 200-year-old company will relocate its Midtown headquarters to the GM Building, where it will take the entire 15th floor. The space was one of Read More
Outbrain, a provider of strategic website enhancements, has signed a 25,000-square-foot lease in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan, at 39 West 13th Street, effective through 2020, The Commercial Observer has learned.
The company will take the entire third floor in the building, though only 10,000 square feet in the property was originally available, brokers involved Read More