Healthcare Consulting Firm Picks Up New Wall Street Space

100 Wall Street.
100 Wall Street.


Global healthcare issues strategy consulting firm CBPartners has rented 5,685 square feet on a portion of the second floor at 100 Wall Street, Commercial Observer has learned.

The firm, whose clients include biopharmaceutical companies, medical device companies and government health authorities, signed a seven-year new lease yesterday and plans to move in on Dec. 1, according to a spokeswoman for the building owner, Savanna.

Mitchell Konsker, Scott Cahaly and Kyle Young of JLL represented Savanna in the deal, while Matthew Etlinger of Cassidy Turley represented CBPartners.

“Savanna has proactively designed high-end prebuilt spaces that cater to the aesthetic and functionality of the market, featuring a mix of interior and perimeter office configurations, attractive open spaces and high-end reception and pantry finishes,” Brian Reiver, the director of leasing at Savanna, said in a prepared statement. “We believe that the Class A asset quality and tenancy of 100 Wall Street combined with the high-end prebuilts and fantastic light and views make it a highly attractive package to prospective tenants.”

The 29-story, 519,000-square-foot building is home to Aflac, Lester Schwab Katz & Dwyer, El Al Israel Airlines, U.S. Bank and Harris Beach.

Mr. Etlinger declined to comment through a spokeswoman.

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