Executive search firm Lucas Group has signed a deal for a new office at 104 West 40th Street between Broadway and Avenue of the Americas. The building is two blocks west of the firm’s current office at 500 Fifth Avenue between West 42nd and West 43rd Streets.
The Atlanta-based employment agency, has inked a seven-year, 7,620-square-foot lease for its New York City office, according to CBRE. The new space will span the entire 11th floor in the 21-story building, also known as the Springs Mills Building.
CBRE’s Brian Hay and Timothy Hay represented the tenant, while CBRE’s Meghan Allen, Paul J. Amrich, Neil King and Michael Movshovich represented the landlord. A spokeswoman for the brokerage declined to provide the asking rent.
“The main attraction to the building is the close proximity to Bryant Park and all of the wonderful amenities that area provides,” Mr. Hay said via the spokeswoman.
The 53-year-old building in Garment District,was designated as a New York City landmark in 2010. Two years later, Princeton International Properties purchased the building from Savanna and renovated elevators and improved the lobby, as Commercial Observer previously reported.
Other tenants in the building include National Geographic Adventure magazine, litigation firm Molod Spitz & DeSantis and office space provider Regus.