The Carlton Group, an international real estate investment banking firm based in Manhattan, announced that it signed a new long-term, 6,000 square foot office lease at 360 Madison Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.
Located at East 45th Street, 360 Madison Avenue is a twenty-six story, recently renovated Class A office building in Midtown Manhattan. The building is recognizable by its glass facade with energy efficient glass and features a modern lobby with concierge service, an internal building messenger center, and advanced security systems.
The Carlton Group was represented by Peter Goldich and William Carr, of ATCO Brokerage Services, in the transaction. Ed Goldman and Jared London, of CBRE, represented the landlord, Stawski Partners.
“The Carlton Group was attracted to the high-end pre-built layout that offered exceptional ceiling height with a central location close to Grand Central,” said Peter Goldich of ATCO Brokerage Services.
The recent move to this new space corresponds with the growth of the firm, which raises financing in excess of $5 billion annually.
“We have expanded and diversified our team and service lines in recent years, and wanted to upgrade our space to maximize communication, productivity, and collaboration,” said The Carlton Group’s CEO Michael Campbell.
The Carlton Group has completed more than $140 billion in transactions over the last 20 years, including securing equity and debt capital for trophy assets such as the General Motors (GM) Building in New York, Willis Tower (Sears Tower) in Chicago, The Edition Hotel in New York, Bank of America Tower in San Francisco and the High Line project The XI.