Columbia University Fertility Consolidating Within 5 Columbus Circle

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Columbia University Fertility Center has signed an 11,530-square-foot lease at 5 Columbus Circle to relocate its offices within the building, Commercial Observer can first report.

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The clinic, which was situated on part of the second and the fourth floors, will consolidate its offices onto one entire floor of the 21-story building at the intersection of West 58th Street and Broadway, according to a spokeswoman for the landlord. She declined to disclose which floor.

The tower is owned by 1790 Broadway Associates, a partnership of investors. The rent in the 12-year deal was $88 per square foot, according to the spokeswoman.

Joe Migliozzi, Christos Kotsogiannis, and Claire and Sofia Milonas, who are co-presidents of 1790 Broadway Associates, handled the deal for the landlord in-house. The representatives did not have a statement about the transaction.

Columbia University Fertility Center, which is part of Columbia University, did not return a request for comment. Columbia University’s real estate department handled the deal for the fertility center, which also has a location in Scarsdale, N.Y.

The landlord of 5 Columbus Circle is currently completing a  more than $10 million renovation of the 219,000-square-foot building, as CO previously reported. Also, retail chain Nordstrom will open an 8,000-square-foot space on the base floors of the building as part of its larger Columbus Circle campus.