Commercial office leasing is a topic that stands on its own, but there are specific issues that technology companies should consider carefully when leasing office space in New York City. Here are our top five.
Facebook’s 100,000-square-foot lease at Vornado’s LEED Silver 770 Broadway is the latest in a string of technology industry transactions, not all of which have closed in the ballyhooed Silicon Alley submarket.
What’s most interesting about two recent deals totaling 12,400 square feet at 7 WTC is that at least one of the tenants was attracted to the building’s LEED rating, in addition to its stunning views and Downtown location.
A trio of recent deals at 515 Madison Avenue highlight the neo-classical tower’s recent facelift and pending LEED-EB: OM application.
In a 7-year, $75/sf deal, an equity and derivatives trading firm has leased the last available prebuilt office space at the LEED Gold-certified 7 World Trade Center in lower Manhattan.
By taking the entire sixth floor at the historic 770 Broadway, AOL has increased its stake in the 15-story tower to 228,000 square feet.
The 10-story, 100,000-square-foot former home of the National Audubon Society, which dates from 1891 and – for several reasons – is considered Manhattan’s first green building, recently traded hands for $70 million.
In an important leasing transaction at the country’s first LEED Gold-certified commercial office building, the IP law firm Darby & Darby has moved into two floors at 7 World Trade Center.