10-Year Deal Fills Resnick ‘Jewel’ to the Brim
Laura Kusisto Jan. 25, 2011, 1:36 p.m.
250 Hudson Street
“We’re at the end,” Dennis Brady, executive managing director of leasing for Jack Resnick & Sons, told The Commercial Observer at the end of December. He was referring to 250 Hudson Street’s march to full occupancy. “God willing, in the not-too-distant future, we’ll be able to tell you it’s 100 percent rented.”
Now comes news that American Express Travel Related Services has filled that final hole, leasing an entire 27,039-square-foot floor for 10 years.
For Amex, that means a move from World Financial Center in Battery Park City to the building formerly occupied by printing presses, now transformed by a $40 million reno into a swanky hang-out for PR firms and pep-talk peddlers.
According to the press release, “many” refer to it as the “new jewel of Hudson Square.” Be that as it may, only a 3,100-square-foot retail space is available.
Michael Liss and Bruce Surry of CB Richard Ellis represented the tenant. Brett S. Greenberg and Dennis P. Brady of Jack Resnick & Sons represented landlord.