Mr. Hernandez spent more than a decade marketing for IBM Corporation before taking over as administrator of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Housing Service. He told Commercial Observer by email about his current role, working with Greystone, and the importance of advocating for the disadvantaged in rural communities throughout the country.
IBM has expanded its presence at 51 Astor Place between East Eighth and East Ninth Streets, bringing the property to 100 percent occupancy.
First reported by The New York Post, IBM signed a lease for 25,401 square feet;; the company will now occupy 143,836 square feet at the 12-story, 400,000-square-foot Edward J. Minskoff Equities building.
Robert Lapidus remembers Midtown South vividly. Not the red hot Midtown South of today, but the Midtown South from nearly a decade and a half ago, when his firm, L&L Holding Company, bought 150 Fifth Avenue. Rents in the building were $26 per square foot, the property was operating “like a hotel,” and the submarket Read More
Bravo Media is expanding their operations in New York.
The innovative production company has inked a 10-year deal to take 5,300 square feet at 145 West 28th Street. The new space, located on the second floor of the building, will feature a production studio and a green screen. The company boasts an impressive client list including work with Beyonce, Rihanna, IBM, HBO, and recently Anthony Bourdain‘s No Reservations.
If Don Draper still ran an advertising agency, he’d have a very different Manhattan life. Instead of a dozen martinis and oysters at Grand Central every night after work, it’d probably be a quick Peroni and antipasti at Eataly before hitting the gym.
He might even be home early enough to kiss Betty and read a book to his kids. And, of course, he’d work in a fabulous open-plan office in Manhattan’s most desired commercial real estate market, Midtown South.