Boutique Executive Search Firm Dore Partnership Takes Space at RXR’s 75 Rock
Dore inked a seven-year lease for 10,926 square feet on the 27th floor in the 33-story building, which is on West 51st Street between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas, moving from 461 Fifth Avenue, according to RXR and Dore’s website. Average asking rents in the building are $90 to $115 per square foot, a spokesman for RXR said.
Cushman & Wakefield (CWK)’s Peter Trivelas, Dirk Hrobsky and Chris Helgesen brokered the deal for Dore while the landlord handled it with a team of C&W’s Bruce Mosler, Tara Stacom, Ethan Silverstein, Justin Royce and Trivelas and RXR’s Lauren Ferrentino.
Aside from Dore, RXR also announced deals with E-Trade and asset manager Noah Gopher Capital Advisors. E-Trade took 6,607 square feet in a 10-year lease while Noah Gopher signed a five-year lease for 4,554 square feet.
CBRE’s Scott Sloves and Mark Ravesloot handled it for E-Trade and it’s unclear who brokered the deal for Noah Gopher. A spokeswoman for CBRE declined to comment. RXR brokered the deals with the Mosler and Stacom team, the RXR spokesman said.
“These top-tier companies quickly saw value in our unique offering at 75 Rock,” Stacom said in a statement.
William Elder, managing director of RXR’s New York City office, called the building a “modern, iconic asset,” in a statement. Last year, RXR completed a $150 million renovation of the tower, built in 1947, which added a new lobby, elevators and restored the landmarked Indiana limestone façade, as Commercial Observer previously reported.
Tenants include Merrill Lynch, Erste Group Bank and Vivaldi Real Estate. RXR also partnered with Convene earlier this year to open a members-only “social work club” dubbed Club 75 on the 32nd floor of the building with a cocktail bar, meeting and event space and restaurant, according to the landlord and previous CO coverage.