The New York City office for Avison Young announced a new five-year, 5,802 s/f lease, comprised of the entire second and third floors, at the Bendheim Building, located at 122 Hudson Street in lower Manhattan’s popular Tribeca neighborhood.
The new tenant, financial services company Anthemis, plans to utilize the space as their new corporate headquarters.
Peter Gross, principal with Avison Young New York, represented the building owner S.A. Bendheim Co., Inc. in the transaction. Greg Wang from Newmark represented the tenant in the negotiations.
The space is comprised of 2,602 s/f on the second floor and 3,200 s/f on the third floor. Anthemis is relocating from their previous location at 142 Greene Street.
Robert Jayson, president of S.A. Bendheim Co., Inc. noted, “Our family operated and grew our specialty glass business in this building from 1958 to 1989. Over the decades it played an integral role in our development into a national leader in architectural specialty glass. Today the Bendheim Building holds many memories for us, and we continue to maintain it with love and great pride.”
Gross added, “We are pleased to announce this new office lease at 122 Hudson Street. Ownership has always remained committed to creating an exceptional office environment for their tenants even through the pandemic. This flexible multi-floor space at 122 Hudson Street with its boutique size floor plate and wrap around windows offered an ideal solution for the tenant.”
The six-story building is fully leased and has a total of five commercial tenants, each occupying a full floor office space. Located on the corner of Hudson and N. Moore streets, 122 Hudson Street is near numerous mass transit options and offers close proximity to the many trendy boutique shops and restaurants that make up the Tribeca neighborhood.