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Investment counsel firm Inverness renews at Rudin’s 845 Third Ave.

Inverness Counsel, a privately-owned investment counsel firm, has signed a 10-year early lease renewal for its corporate headquarters at the Rudin Family’s 845 Third Avenue, a 21-story, 360,000 s/f class A property in Midtown East.

“We are delighted that our long-term tenant Inverness Counsel has recommitted to 845 Third Avenue for another decade,” said Bill Rudin, Co-Vice Chairman and CEO of Rudin Management Company, the operating arm of the Rudin Family holdings.

“It reaffirms the relationship that we have with our tenants, the quality of our amenities and services and our convenient and desirable Midtown East location.”

Inverness Counsel was represented in the transaction by Eric S. Reimer, Executive Managing Director at Cushman & Wakefield, while Tom Keating, Senior Vice President and Director of Commercial Leasing, represented Rudin Management Company in-house.

“Inverness Counsel has enjoyed its long-standing relationship with the property’s ownership as it established its headquarters in the space over 10 years ago,” Reimer added.

Built in 1963 by the Rudin Family, 845 Third Avenue is located at the corner of 52nd Street and Third Avenue.

The property is currently 100 precent leased and Wired Certified Platinum. Tenants include K2 Intelligence, Kroll Bond Rating Agency, Cohere Communications and SeniorBridge Family Companies.

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