Wollmuth Maher & Deutsch LLP has signed a 15-year renewal for its 19,942-square-foot space on the 12th floor at 500 Fifth Avenue. The law firm has occupied space in the building, where asking rents range from the low-$60s to low-$80s per square foot, since 1999.
The lease continues a run of renewals and expansions signed this year at the Midtown building. As reported by The Commercial Observer, Elias Sports Bureau, IMC Asset Management, University of Oxford and Argus Media have all renewed or expanded in the building in 2013.
iAcquire will be leaving its office in the heart of Times Square to move to a 5,162-square-foot space in tech-heavy Midtown South.
The content marketing agency that specializes in marketing strategy, social media and search engine optimization will leave its office at 268 West 44th Street in favor of 304 Park Avenue South. The deal marks the Read More
Natuzzi Americas will be relocating to Nomad.
The Italian furniture retailer will leave its space at 101 Greene Street and move uptown to 105 Madison Avenue. The new lease, set to extend through 2023, will span 4,900 square feet on the ground floor of the building.
“With this lease, Natuzzi Americas has moved from one furniture district to another, Read More
Makeshift Society is opening its first New York outpost.
The San Francisco-based Makeshift Society will open its first co-working space in Brooklyn. The society generally attracts creative professionals that thrive in a collaborative and community-minded environment under the objective goal to “make, learn, teach, and think.”
The new space will span 5,775 square feet on the Read More
The Flatiron School is leaving the creative mecca of Midtown South in favor of Lower Manhattan.
The school will relocate from its location at 33 West 26th Street to 11 Broadway after being listed as a winner in the H.E.L.M: Hire + Expand in Lower Manhattan competition.
The program is an intensive full-time program that trains people for the software engineering industry. It Read More
Data center provider New York Internet Co. has reportedly signed a 10-year lease for the 22,000-square-foot top floor at 100 William Street that the firm had previously subleased from Level 3 Communications.
Crain’s characterized the new lease as one of several, recent, new leases at the building that helped CBRE retain its role as landlord Read More
Twenty Recruitment Group has signed a four-year lease for 5,135 square feet on 26th floor at Sherwood Equities’ 370 Lexington Avenue, The Commercial Observer has learned.
The tenant will pay rent starting in the low-$50s per square foot after a period of free rent, according to data from CompStak. Headquartered in London, Twenty Recruitment Group currently operates a New York office at 1140 Avenue of the Americas and expects to relocate by the middle of December.
European Wax Center continues to grow out at a rapid clip.
The Commercial Observer has learned that the personal grooming chain signed a 5,100-square-foot lease at 295 Park Avenue South, where it will soon open an unusually spacious two-story location. Asking rent was $150 per square foot. Yesterday, it was announced that EWC had inked a 1,650-square-foot deal at 95 Chambers Street, the tenant’s first Tribeca location. Both outposts should open this coming spring. Read More
New York City-based mortgage risk-management firm Mortgage Industry Advisory Corp. has inked an eight-year, 20,897-square-foot sublease for the entire ninth floor at SL Green’s 521 Fifth Avenue, relocating from its two offices in the Financial District.
The firm has offices at 80 Maiden Lane and 30 Broad Street and eyed a space in Midtown South Read More
Proctor & Gamble Hair Care LLC has signed a 10-year, 10,093-square-foot lease for the entire third floor of 120 West 45th Street.
The deal extends a hot streak at the 397,188-square-foot, 40-story tower, which is also known as Tower 45. Patrick Heeg of Jones Lang LaSalle represented the tenant, a subsidiary of beauty and grooming conglomerate P&G. Paul Glickman, Frank Doyle, Mitti Liebersohn, Diana Biasotti and David Kleiner, all of them also from JLL, repped the landlord, SL Green. Read More
Electronic exchange operator BATS Global Markets has signed a 14,901-square-foot expansion at RFR Realty‘s 17 State Street, taking the entire 31st floor, The Commercial Observer has learned.
The tenant, which has tripled its space at the Lower Manhattan tower from 7,234 square feet, will pay rent starting in the mid-$50s per square foot, according to data from CompStak. Asking rents at 17 State Street are $58 per square foot.
Children’s Corner will be adding space to its office in the Bronx.
Children’s Corner had initially leased 8,500 square feet of space at 1200 Waters Place in the Simone Development-owned Hutchinson Metro Center. They will occupy an additional 9,000-square-foot space within the same complex in a separate building, the Metro Center Atrium. Read More
YG Kitchen & Bath Inc. has renewed its lease in Midtown South.
The kitchen and bathroom renovation company will continue to house its retail showroom and offices for its furniture business at 1115 Broadway. The company occupies a 4,180-square-foot space on the ground floor of the building. Read More
The Office of Comptroller of the Currency will be renewing its lease in Midtown.
The OOC will continue to operate out of its massive 110,000-square-foot space at the RXR Realty-owned 340 Madison Avenue for another 10 years. In-house director of leasing William Elder represented the landlord and Ken Rudeman of Studley represented the tenant. Neither party returned call for comment. Read More