Tishman Speyer and The Cogswell-Lee Development Group have together bought the landmark 19-story Art Deco office building known as the Madison-Belmont Building.
The New York Post first reported news of the $185 million sale of 183 Madison Avenue, near 34th Street today, from Argentinian investment company IRSA, noting that the purchase price translates to $674 per square foot.
Meadows Office Furniture has relocated its Manhattan headquarters to the entire 29th floor of the Lipstick Building at 885 Third Avenue. The contract furniture provider has signed a 10-year lease for the 13,855-square-foot space, which offers views of Manhattan and the East River.
Asking rent per square-foot was $77, a figure in line with pricing of the two remaining full-floor spaces in the 90 percent leased building between $73 and $77 per square-foot, according to a recent statement. The availabilities include the 19,270-square-foot 17th floor and the 13,200-square-foot 28th floor.
William Reed Business Media has signed a deal for their permanent New York office.
The well-respected United Kingdom-based media publishing company has signed a deal at 183 Madison Avenue for a 1,550-square-foot office on the 15th floor to house the firm’s team in the United States.
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Arts and Buildings
Goulston & Storrs has inked a deal at the Lipstick Building.
The international law firm will be moving from 750 Third Avenue in favor of a 19,270-square-foot office that spans the entire 18th floor of Argentine-based IRSA‘s 885 Third Avenue.
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Famed architect Philip Johnson will get his own retrospective in the lobby of The Lipstick Building at 885 Third Avenue, whose distinct shape he helped design.
The exhibition will showcase 50 years of the architect’s work, which includes Mr. Johnson’s relationship to the Bauhaus arts movement and the history of the lipstick building. It will be curated by Hilary Lewis, who authored two books on Philip Johnson (Philip Johnson: The Architect in his Own Words and The Architecture of Philip Johnson), and the exhibit itself will be designed by Dan Shannon of the architecture firm Moed de Armas & Shannon.
Expect to see rare photographs of Mr. Johnson, along with his building designs and his sketches of the Lipstick Building before the building was constructed.