Financial Printer Signs Hudson Square Relocation
Al Barbarino Nov. 8, 2013, 12:03 p.m.
Command Financial Press has signed a new 28,484-square-foot lease at Trinity Real Estate’s 345 Hudson Street in Hudson Square – a relocation from its current offices located just blocks away at one of Trinity’s other properties.
The provider of financial printing solutions signed a 15-year lease for half of the fourth floor of the building and is scheduled to move from its One Hudson Square offices in early 2014, when Horizon Media is set to expand into the financial printing company’s previous space.
Spanning the full block from King to Charlton Streets, 345 Hudson Street features a renovated lobby and approximately 60,000-square-foot floors.
The building is home to a range of media and communications companies, including CBS Radio East, The Guggenheim Foundation, Penguin Putnam, InDemand and the corporate offices and studios for Viacom‘s Comedy Central, SpikeTV and MTV divisions. Retail tenants include Chase Bank and Starbucks.
Hudson Square is bounded by West Houston Street to the north, Canal Street to the south, Avenue of the Americas to the east and the Hudson River to the west.
The landmarked Charlton-King-Vandam Historic District falls within the neighborhood, which contains the largest concentration of Federalist and Greek Revival style row houses built during the first half of the 19th century. It is also home to the Manhattan entrance to the Holland Tunnel, the New York City Fire Museum and Soho Playhouse.
The area was once known as the Printing District, and it remains the site of media-related activity.
In-house broker Tom Lynch represented the landlord, Trinity Real Estate, in the lease. Mr. Lynch declined comment. Scott Sloves, Chris Mansfield, and Rob Wizenberg of CBRE represented the tenant. The firm declined comment.
- 345 Hudson Street
- CBS Radio East
- Charlton-King-Vandam Historic District
- Chase Bank
- Chris Mansfield
- Comedy Central
- Command Financial Press
- Holland Tunnel
- Hudson Square
- New York City Fire Museum
- one hudson square
- Penguin Putnam
- rob wizenberg
- Scott Sloves
- Soho Playhouse
- Starbucks Coffee
- The Guggenheim Foundation
- Tom Lynch
- Trinity Real Estate