hael J Fox Foundation on the lease signing, while a Newmark Grubb Knight Frank team of Erik Harris, Scott Klau and Neil Rubin represented Empire State Realty Trust.
4) Maple leaves in Manhattan 77,873 square feet
In another office consolidation, the Canadian consulate and its permanent mission to the United Nations will move from its respective offices into RXR Realty’s 237 Park Avenue. The government of Canada tapped Savills Studley’s David Goldstein and Greg Taubin to handle their space switch-up. A JLL team of Paul Glickman, Mitchell Konsker, Cynthia Wasserberger and Daniel Turkewitz took care of business for RXR.
5) The Real Office Leases of Manhattan 49,320 square feet
The producers of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” and a myriad other spouse-based reality television shows signed a 49,320-square-foot lease at Clarion Partners and MHP Real Estate Service’s 180 Maiden Lane last month. True Entertainment is leaving the Starrett Lehigh building to make the move, and its sister company, Original Media, which currently leases space at 175 Varick Street and 345 Hudson Street, will make the move with them. Landlords MHP and Clarion were represented by a Cushman Wakefield team of Frank Cento, Tara Stacom, Robert Lowe and Justin Royce on the lease signing.
6) Pickled herring, krønes cøming tø Hudsøn Yards 44,517 square feet
Oslo-based DNB Bank took 44,517 feet at Related Companies’ still under-construction 30 Hudson Yards, where it will occupy the tower’s 68th floor. Norway’s largest bank will leave the MetLife building when it makes the move in 2019. Cushman and Wakefield’s Frank Coco and Donald Preate represented the bank on the deal.
7) Law firm chips away at empty Condé Nast space 41,000 square feet
Fross Zelnick Lehrman and Zissu became the latest tenant to fill some of the 850,000 gap left by Condé Nast when they departed from the Durst Organization’s 4 Times Square in 2014. The law firm’s new 41,000-square-foot lease starts in February and lasts 15 years. Mark Weiss and Robert Eisenberg of Cushman and Wakefield brokered the deal on behalf of the new tenants.
8) Budget clothier to stay in the Garment District 35,894 square feet
The New York corporate offices of Burlington Coat Factory will stay at Empire State Realty Trust’s 1400 Broadway in the Garment District following a lease renewal last month. The guilding is also home to offices of another off price retailer, Kohl’s. Scott Klau, Erik Harris and Neil Rubin of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented ESRT on the lease renewal.
9) Medical defense specialists renew at 220 East 42nd Street 33,458 square feet
Martin Clearwater Bell, a law firm that defends medical institutions, renewed its space at SL Green s 220 East 42nd Street. Yet another Cushman Wakefield team was retained for the deal, this time for the landlord, and it included agents Tara Stacom, Barry Zeller, Justin Royce and Connor Daugstrup.
10) A lively renewal at 575 Lexington Avenue 33,268 square feet
Post-production conglomerate Lively Group renewed a lease at George Comfort Sons’ 575 Lexington Avenue in Midtown East. The company occupies four floors at the address and the new lease last 11 years. The CBRE team of Stephen Siegel, Roshan Shah and Chris Corrinet represented Lively Group on the deal.
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