Random House has announced that it has renewed the 360,000-square-foot lease for its corporate headquarters on floors 2 through 13 at SL Green’s 1745 Broadway through the middle of 2023.
Although the tower doesn’t sport a LEED or an Energy Star label – yet – a recent deal at Malkin Properties’ historic 250 West 57th Street is notable for a number of important reasons.
After 85 years, in a deal that reminds us that the days of Mad Men are long gone, the advertising agency Y&R has agreed to move its offices from 285 Madison Avenue to the LEED Silver-hopeful 3 Columbus Circle.
This historic, landmarked tower at the corner of 57th and Broadway dates from 1909 and was originally the headquarters for GM. Today, it’s seeking a LEED Gold rating from USGBC.
The Monaco real estate developer M1 has purchased the historic Argonaut Building in Midtown and will pursue a LEED rating as it transforms the property into a modern Class A office building.