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Adams inks 100,000 s/f in midtown south deals

Adams & Co. Real Estate has brokered a total of 104,979 s/f i leases at 10 West 33rd Street, 44 West 18th Street and 1115 Broadway.

David Levy and James Buslik, principals of Adams & Co. brokered the three deals.

DAVID LEVY
DAVID LEVY

A 49,875 s/f renewal for Pucci International Ltd. at 44 West 18th Street. Adams & Co. represented the landlord, Forty Four Eighteen Associates, as well as the tenant in the transaction. Although details of the transaction were not disclosed, asking rent was $45 per square foot. Pucci International uses the space for all aspects associated with their high-end furniture manufacturing.

JAMES BUSLIK
JAMES BUSLIK

A 47,960 s/f renewal for Harris Publications, Inc. at 1115 Broadway. Adams & Co. represented the landlord, Eleven Fifteen Associates, as well as the tenant in the transaction. Although details of the transaction were not disclosed, asking rent was $49 per square foot. Harris Publications uses the space as their headquarter offices for magazine publishing.

A 7,144 s/f new lease for L&P Group USA, Inc. at 10 West 33rd Street. Adams & Co. represented the landlord, Ten West Thirty Third Associates, as well as the tenant in the transaction. Although details of the transaction were not disclosed, asking rent was $39 per square foot. L&P Group plans to use the space for general and executive offices as well as showroom space for their jewelry and accessories company.

Built in 1914, 1115 Broadway, is a 12-story, 273,000-square-foot building with 24/7 access and located in the heart of the Flatiron District right off of Madison Square Park. 1115 Broadway is a specialty building home to many Halloween and seasonal products, as well as 3 floors of showroom tenants.

44 West 18th St. was built in 1906. The building boasts 24/7 access and security in addition to newly-renovated elevators. Notable tenants include Pucci II Inc., Pace Editions and Ronald Jonas Interiors. Retail tenants include A.I. Friedman.

Built in 1914, 10 West 33rd Street is a 12-story, 319,200 -square-foot building. Notable tenants include A Classic Time Watch Co., Barganza, Global Design Concepts and Gina Group, with retail tenants Legends Bar & Grill, BCD Tofu House, and United States Post Office.

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