Technology solutions provider Eze Castle Integration has signed a 17,925-square-foot renewal at Silverstein Properties’ 529 Fifth Avenue, Commercial Observer has learned.
The company, which provides cloud and information technology (or IT) support services for hedge funds and private equity firms, will stay put on the entire seventh floor of the building for an additional seven years, information provided by the landlord. It has been a tenant in the 20-story building between East 43rd and East 44th Street since 2005. The asking rent in the transaction was not immediately clear.
“Our recently completed lobby renovation at 529 Fifth Avenue has created a fully modernized environment for our tenants in a central location near all that Midtown has to offer,” said Roger Silverstein, an executive vice president of Silverstein Properties. Silverstein handled negotiations alongside colleagues Joseph Artusa and Camille McGratty.
Silverstein’s renovation of the building included new storefront entrances, elevator cabs and turnstiles, and marble walls and floors.
The 282,278-square-foot tower is home to tenants such as Citrin Cooperman and Moffatt & Nichol.