Unique Settings of New York, a bridal jewelry business, has expanded by 31,133 square feet at Jamestown Properties’ Falchi Building in Long Island City. The tenant has nearly doubled its footprint on the second floor and now occupies approximately 65,000 square feet.
“They have an assembly component, sales offices and a large internet component and now they occupy roughly half of the northern part of the second floor,” said Mitch Arkin, executive director at Cushman & Wakefield, who represented the landlord.
NuvoTV, the first English-language cable network geared toward bi-cultural Latinos in the United States, is moving its New York office to the fifth floor of 501 Seventh Avenue.
The company has inked a four-year lease on a 5,449-square-foot, pre-built suite with landlord W&H Properties. Asking rent was $48 per square foot.
The Laura and John Arnold Foundation, a Houston-based nonprofit, is set to open an office in New York in September.
Forbes-listed billionaire John Arnold established the foundation to support criminal justice, education, and public accountability. Their latest work includes the ERIN Project, a powerful tool that analyzes K-12 education in the United States.
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