Cushman & Wakefield announced that it secured an eight-year, 17,460 s/f lease for Tommy John at Northwood Investors 100 Broadway, a 24-story building in Downtown Manhattan.
The firm is expanding to a full-floor space, on the 11th floor of the property, from its previous location at 307 Seventh Avenue.
Tommy John, founded by Tom Patterson in 2008, specializes in premium men’s undergarments.
The firm is the latest fashion tenant to relocate to Downtown Manhattan, joining Gucci and Vera Wang, both of whom recently moved to the area.
“100 Broadway is a great location for Tommy John because of its accessibility and because it allows the company to continue growing. Tommy John will establish a full-floor presence in a space that adequately reflects its brand; it features high-ceilings, an abundance of natural light and an expansive and open floor-plan,” said Alan Wildes, Executive Director at Cushman & Wakefield.
“Northwood was cognizant of Tommy John’s needs and worked closely with us to satisfy the company’s requirements.”
Wildes and Jonathan Fein, Director at Cushman & Wakefield represented Tommy John. Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s Hal Stein, Andy Peretz, Travis Wilson and Courtney Adham, represented Northwood.
“At Tommy John, we know all about the importance of a good fit; and this new space is a perfect fit for us right now as a company,” said Tom Patterson.