-story building are between $73 and $90 per square foot. CBRE represented the landlord, Boston Properties.
3) WeWork, 1440 Broadway, Midtown 236,000 square feet
The co-working firm inked a lease for 236,000 square feet of space across seven floors at 1440 Broadway, where it will have its own private entrance and lobby. WeWork is aiming to open the new space to its members by summer. The building’s landlord is CIM Group.
4) Blackstone, 345 Park Avenue, Midtown East 148,587 square feet
The investment firm expanded its lease for nearly 149,000 square feet of space at 345 Park Avenue. The space used to be occupied by DWS Group and has been vacant since April. Neil Goldmacher of Newmark Knight Frank represented the tenant while Tom Keating of Rudin Management Company represented the landlord in house.
5) TD Securities, 1 Vanderbilt Avenue, Midtown East 119,000 square feet
The investment banking firm signed a lease for 119,000 square feet of space at 1 Vanderbilt Avenue, where it will join its colleagues at TD Bank. The lease was the largest of four signed in 1 Vanderbilt last month, totaling 230,000 square feet. Robert Alexander, Ryan Alexander, Doug Lehman and Christopher Hogan of CBRE represented the tenant. The building’s landlord is SL Green Realty.
6) Brink s, 652 Kent Avenue, South Williamsburg 92,000 square feet
The security company renewed its 20-year lease for 92,000 square foot custom-built space at 652 Kent Avenue. Richard Berzine, Gordon Ogden and Jack Molloy of Byrnam Wood represented the landlord, First Jeffersonian Associates.
7) Phillips, 432 Park Avenue, Plaza District 55,000 square feet
The auction house inked a lease for 55,000 square feet of space at 432 Park Avenue, relocating from just down the street. The lease also includes the aptly-named Park Avenue Cube. The building’s landlord is Macklowe Properties.
8) Knotel, 27 West 23rd Street, Flatiron 51,000 square feet
The co-working firm signed a lease for 51,000 square feet of space at 27 West 23rd Street. It will share the 上海千花网龙凤论坛