Corporate Recruiters Relocating Within Midtown South

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Recruiting firm Green Key Resources is moving a block west in Midtown South.

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Green Key inked a 10-year, 18,303-square-foot lease for new offices at 136 Madison Avenue, The New York Post reported. Asking rent is $60 a square foot in the building between East 31st and East 32nd Streets, according to the publication. Green Key will relocate from its current spot in 475 Park Avenue South.

After the space’s previous tenant, Triumph Learning, moved out, the landlords renovated the floors to make way for a new occupant. The Roos, Cohen and Carmel families have owned the 16-story Art-Deco building since at least the 1970s, according to property records.  

Evan Margolin and Caroline Kingsbery of Savills Studley represented the tenant in the deal, and the landlords were represented by Mac Roos, his dad, Andrew Roos, and Michael Cohen of Colliers International. Spokespeople for Savills Studley and Colliers didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.

Andrew Roos also told the Post that they are installing a large legal roof terrace that will be accessible to all tenants.

Other tenants in the building include flexible office provider Regus, production company Juniper Entertainment and Peter Pennoyer Architects.