Fisher Brothers is partnering with Convene, the nation’s fastest growing office services provider, to create an exclusive tenant amenity center at 605 Third Avenue, its 1.1 million-square-foot, Class-A office tower in Midtown.
Designed by Convene’s in-house architecture and design team and serviced by its roster of hospitality professionals, the amenity center will feature a gourmet café and a terrace with lounge seating areas to work independently, hold collaborative discussions, or relax in an outdoor setting.
The amenity center will open in early 2019 on the 28,612 s/f seventh floor of the building, where Convene signed a 10-year lease.
In addition to the amenity space, the seventh floor will be further transformed with premium meeting and conference space, featuring state-of-the-art technology, and event areas that are available for hosting gatherings and receptions.
Convene’s staff of technology support, meeting planners, and event professionals will be on-site to organize and provide planning and production support.
“Today’s tenants demand office environments that are highly-amenitized, incorporate the latest technology, and provide vibrant settings that promote collaboration. By working with Convene, we are elevating our level of service and enhancing the experience of our tenants,” said Fisher Brothers Partner Winston Fisher.
“We are pleased to know our tenants will enjoy the benefit of having access to Convene’s elite professionals, award-winning chefs, and extensive suite of services at the building.”
Convene was represented in the lease transaction by Rocco Laginestra and Jared Freede of CBRE. Fisher Brothers was represented in-house by Marc Packman and Clark Briffel.
Fisher Brothers recently completed a $25 million capital improvement program at 605 Third Avenue. The centerpiece of the project was the creation of a brand new building entrance and lobby, designed by David Rockwell and the Rockwell Group.
605 Third Avenue’s roster of tenants includes Univision, AECOM, Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP, Jones Day, Katsy Korins LLP, and the United Nations Population Fund.