Cybersecurity Firm Relocating to 17K SF on West 33rd Street

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SecurityScorecard, a cybersecurity company, plans to move its headquarters to 17,000 square feet at 111 West 33rd Street, Commercial Observer has learned.

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The firm signed a five-year sublease with The Michael J. Fox Foundation to take parts of the 11th floor of Empire State Realty Trust’s building between Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue, a source with knowledge of the deal said. Asking rent was $65 per square foot, the source said.

JLL’s Jim Wenk and Kirill Azovtsev handled the deal for SecurityScorecard while The Lawrence Group’s Brian Siegel represented the sublandlord. The JLL brokers declined to comment and Siegel did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

SecurityScorecard, which was founded in 2013, will move its offices from 214 West 29th Street between Eighth and Seventh Avenues to West 33rd Street next month, according to the source.

Last month, CO reported that connected planning platform Anaplan took 10,695 square feet in the 26-story 111 West 33rd Street. Other tenants in the 728,429-square-foot building include web-based enterprise communications provider Diligent Corp., life sciences strategy consultancy ClearView Healthcare Partners and Macy’s. It’s also home to ESRT’s corporate headquarters.