After a ten month search for more space, English-as-a-second-language school, Bluedata, signed a two year extension on the 10,900 square foot space at 1261 Broadway it has occupied for 15 years.
“It was a very intensive and extensive search,” said Perry Mesmer, executive managing director with Colliers International, who arranged the renewal on behalf of Read More
Bernard Dikman will be relocating to a new office in New York.
The accounting firm will be moving from its office at 156 Fifth Avenue in favor of an office at 37 West 20th Street. The office spans 3,412 square feet on the seventh floor of the building.
Human Rights in China, Inc. is set to move to 450 Seventh Avenue.
The non-governmental organization will be moving their operations from the Empire State Building in favor of a 2,639-square-foot space inside of the Kaufman Organization-owned 450 Seventh Avenue.
“They were leased out [of the Empire State Building] by an expanding tenant,” explained Barbara Read More
Like most good brokers in Manhattan, Stephen Berliner loves the thrills of the job: the adrenaline of winning a client, the creativity of guiding a tenant through Manhattan’s labyrinthine options, the late nights parrying back and forth in negotiations to secure a space.
But early in his career he knew that dealmaking alone wouldn’t be enough.
Getting to the top of the city’s brokerage heap is in many ways a lonely proposition, a ceaseless, single-minded effort to fill one’s pipeline with the biggest deals and clients possible. Mr. Berliner is not lacking in ambition, but the kind of unchecked self-centeredness that would seem necessary in such a pursuit doesn’t fit his style.