Boston Properties’ 510 Madison Avenue continues to receive sky-high asking rents despite dropping its pursuit of LEED for Core and Shell Gold certification from USGBC.
A recent renewal and expansion at LCOR’s LEED Gold 545 Madison Avenue has pushed the 17-story tower to 93 percent occupancy.
551 Madison Avenue – a historic former hotel converted into now-LEED-certified office space in 1982 – has been sold for $128 million.
A fledgling hedge fund has found its new home at Boston Properties’ LEED for Core and Shell Gold-hopeful, Moed de Armas & Shannon-designed 510 Madison Avenue.
After the investment advisory firm Peter B. Cannell & Co. recently signed a a 10-year lease for the entire 8000-square-foot 11th floor, 545 Madison Avenue is 90-percent filled.
After a real estate investor’s 10-year, 27,000-square-foot lease for 545 Madison Avenue’s entire fourth, fifth, and sixth floors, occupancy at the renovated 17-story LEED Gold tower has crossed the 80-percent threshold.
Things are looking up for LCOR at 545 Madison Avenue: the 17-story tower has earned LEED Gold – the 27th in New York City – and signed up a financial services tenant to a lease for prebuilt office space.
The renowned celebrity hairstylist Oscar Blandi has signed up for 9300 square feet at LCOR’s LEED for Core and Shell Gold-hopeful 545 Madison Avenue in Midtown.
There’s trouble brewing at another commercial office building project in Midtown seeking LEED certification: this time, at 510 Madison Avenue.
With its glass curtain wall already garnering accolades, 510 Madison Avenue has secured a retail tenant for 3300 square feet of space at its East 53rd Street corner.