Los Angeles-based clothier Hard Tail has signed a five-year extension to its 5,521-square-foot lease at 231 West 39th Street, known as the Contemporary Fashion Center, James Buslik, principal at Adams & Company, confirmed with The Commercial Observer. Asking rent was $40 per square foot.
“They liked the bright space–it was custom built for them,” Mr. Buslik said. Mr. Buslik, along with Jeff Buslik, also of Adams & Company, represented both the tenant and the landlord, 231/249 West 39 Street Associates, in the transaction.
Bernard Chaus will be moving around the block in the Garment District.
The fashion accessories company for women will be leaving its office at 530 Seventh Avenue, between 37th and 38th Streets, to 148 West 37th Street. The new office will span 7,200 square feet.
TABOOLA, Inc. has inked a deal in the Flatiron District, it was announced last week.
The world’s leading content distribution and monetization platform will be moving into a 6,142-square-foot office at 44 West 18th Street to house the company’s general and executive offices. Its New York office is one of company’s three largest offices, the Read More
Point Zero has inked a 2,821-square-foot transaction to open a showroom and office in the Garment District.
Point Zero signed a deal for a new space at 231 West 39th Street, or the building known as the Contemporary Fashion Center.
The Canadian manufacturer of chic fashion forward apparel for men, women and children will join several notable tenants including Stargate Apparel, Inc., Destino Vero Designs and Apparel LLC, and Between the Notes LLC.
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, the Harvard-educated twins who earned notoriety for their portrayal in the film “The Social Network,” have landed a Chelsea space for their new eponymous venture capital fund.
The twins, who rowed in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, inked a five-year lease at 30 W. 24th Street for their firm Winklevoss Capital, as was first reported by The New York Post.
Asking rent in the deal was $39-a-square-foot. James Buslik and Alan Bonett of Adams & Co. represented Elizabeth Goffredo, the listed owner of 30 West 24th Street, according to CoStar data.
He admits he wants people to know him by his first name, not his last. But broker Jeff Buslik, the son of Adams & Company head James Buslik, is bringing youth and vigor to a brokerage firm (and family) that has been around in New York City for as long as The Helmsley Building. After he joined his dad’s firm in 2003, it took the now-32-year-old just three years to lease over 1 million square feet. Now a director at the firm, Mr. Buslik spoke to The Commercial Observer about Adams & Company’s new development: three exclusive leasing assignments at 5 West 37th Street, 385 Fifth Avenue and 390 Fifth Avenue, totaling 350,000 square feet of space.
Eastern Silk Mills Inc. will be moving to another building in the Garment District.
“The space was in excellent condition,” Jeff Buslik, director at Adams & Co. and broker on the deal, noted about the transaction. “[Eastern Silk Mills] came and wanted it. They stayed within the Garment Center which is where they wanted to Read More
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.
The Commercial Observer: What’s happening right now at Adams & Company?
Mr. Buslik: The year started out slow, and it’s picking up momentum.
When did you start seeing the momentum pick up?
At the end of the summer.
Why do you think that happened?
An avalanche it’s not, but people are developing new confidence that Read More