Marketing and branding agency Escalate has signed an 11-year lease for 9,750 square feet across the ground floor and mezzanine of 5 Hanover Square where asking rent is in the mid to high-$30s.
As part of the lease, Escalate will have a private entrance to the building on Beaver Street. The marketing agency will build out its office space with an open layout, according to Andrew Kurd, associate at Savanna, the landlord.
“We’re looking forward to having Escalate in the building,” Mr. Kurd told The Commercial Observer. “We’re excited for them to move in.”
Law firm Rosner Nocera & Ragone, LLP’s signing of a 8,135-square-foot lease at 61 Broadway is the latest in a wave of leases at Broad Street Development’s properties.
Founded by Raymond Chalmé and Daniel Blanco, Broad Street Development has wrapped up 54,000 square feet of new leases and renewals at 55 and 61 Broadway, located in the heart of the Financial District, and which the firm bought in 2004 and 2006, according to the New York Post.
Three of the resent signings at 61 Broadway, including MT2 Network, Rosner Nocera & Ragone and Vincenti & Vincenti, left Sandy-damaged buildings for the property and Mr. Chalmé said asking rents are in the $30s at the building, according to the Post.
“You read a lot about the bigger deals, but the smaller-tenant market’s alive and well,” he said.
Bean counters Frank Hirth LLC has re-upped its lease at 88 Pine Street for another 10 years, doubling its space in the process.
The international accounting firm will grow from a 6,125-square-foot space to a 13,910-square-foot footprint. Frank Hirth first moved into the building in 2009. The firm works with a host of firms both in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Gallery Systems, Inc. will be heading to the Financial District at Savanna’s 5 Hanover Square.
The collection management and web publishing software solutions provider has signed a lease for a 7,225 square foot portion of the nineteenth floor in the historic building. The lease was set for eight years.
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The 300,000-square-foot building on 5 Hanover Square, owned by Savanna, will be the new home for Oxford Economics, USA, Inc.
“Oxford currently has an office in midtown but will vacate their current location and relocate to 5 Hanover,” Andrew Kurd, an analyst at Savanna, noted ”[It] will be the tenant’s only New York City presence.”
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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.