WiredScore Moves to Bigger Soho Digs

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WiredScore, the company that rates the internet connectivity of commercial office buildings, is relocating to a larger office within Soho, according to brokerage Lee & Associates NYC

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The organization signed a three-year, 5,962-square-foot lease on the entire second floor of 155 Wooster Street, between West Houston and Prince Streets. Asking rent in the transaction was $80 a square foot, per Lee & Associates, which handled both sides of the deal. WiredScore began moving from its current, 2,700-square-foot office at 494 Broadway earlier this month.

Lee NYC’s Dennis Someck, Conor Krup and Justin Myers represented WiredScore in the deal, and Someck and Myers also handled the transaction for the landlord, Centurion Realty.

“There is no better neighborhood for a growing technology company than Soho and 155 Wooster Street is right in the center of this dynamic area,” Someck said in prepared remarks.

Philip Kanfer, a senior director at WiredScore, said that the firm moved because it “needed a space to not only accommodate our expanding team but also one that fits with the creative culture at WiredScore.” 

The six-year-old firm has worked with landlords like Tishman Speyer, Hines, Blackstone and SL Green Realty Corp. and raised $9 million in its Series A round of funding last year.