Data Analytics Firm Alteryx Signs 18K-SF Lease in Midtown

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Data analytics firm Alteryx is growing its New York presence, Commercial Observer has learned. 

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The Irvine, California-based firm signed a seven-year lease 18,017 square feet at Savanna’s 19 West 44th Street, according to information from Savanna. The full-floor deal spans the sixteenth floor of the 18-story building, located between Fifth and Sixth Avenues.

Alteryx will be relocating from its current New York office, a temporary space at 275 Seventh Avenue in Chelsea, where it’ll be located through June of this year, according to its website. 

Steve Billigmeier and Sebastian Infante of Cushman & Wakefield represented Alteryx, while JLL’s Mitchell Konsker, Ben Bass, Barbara Winter and Kip Orban represented Savanna.

The private equity firm acquired the Midtown building in 2017 for $195 million and upgraded the 100-year-old building with a new entrance and lobby, updated systems, and several pre-built office suites. 

“Our improvements to 19 West 44th Street have effectively created a new construction quality tenant experience within a pre-war shell in a stellar Midtown location,” said Savanna’s Linhadley Eljach in a prepared statement.

Other recent arrivals at the building include electronics firm Harman International Industries and real estate investment trust Vereit

Savanna declined to provide asking rents at the 303,943-square-foot property.