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Investment giant inks 77,000 s/f early renewal at Kamber’s ‘clean air’ Tower 45

Kamber Management Company has signed a 77,000 s/f lease renewal with investment frim D.E. Shaw at Tower 45.


Steven M. Levy, principal of Kamber Management Company, announced the 12-year early renewal for seven upper floors at Tower 45, the 458,446 s/fClass A, luxury office tower located at 120 West 45th Street in Midtown Manhattan.

“Having an institutional, global firm like D.E. Shaw as the anchor tenant for Tower 45 is an honor, and we are thrilled that this prestigious company will be remaining in the building for the next 12 years,” Levy said.

“We thank both our leasing team, Arthur J. Mirante II, Principal and Tri-State President, Mitti Liebersohn, President and Managing Director – NYC Operations, and John Ryan III, Principal of Avison Young, and D.E. Shaw’s agents, Timothy Dempsey, Roger Griswold and Munish Viralam of CBRE, for their good work in helping us complete this transaction.”

In 2016, Tower 45 became the first-Class A office building in Manhattan to install AtmosAir air purification technology throughout, which contributes to a healthier office environment by reducing the spread of airborne viruses, including corona, and bacteria that pass through normal filtration systems. 

It restores indoor air to the quality found at the top of mountain ranges. 
The building offers customized pre-built suite spaces ranging from 1,500 to 6,500 s/f, as well as full floors of approximately 10,000 to 13,000 s/f.

The D.E. Shaw group is a global investment and technology development firm with more than $50 billion in investment capital.

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