Ivanhoé Cambridge and Callahan Capital Properties along with their partner, an affiliate of Beacon Capital Partners, announced that CDP Capital US Inc., a privately owned investment manager, leased 19,066 s/f at 1211 Avenue of the Americas.
The firm will house its New York operation on the 30th floor of the two million-square-foot, Class A office tower located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan.
In addition to CDP Capital, other notable tenants in the building include News Corp., 21st Century Fox, Ropes & Gray LLP, Nordea and Axis Reinsurance.
“Our new lease with CDP Capital is yet another major commitment by a prominent global financial institution taking office space at 1211 Avenue of the Americas,” noted Brian Robin, Senior Vice President responsible for asset management in the eastern region at Callahan Capital Properties.
“This building offers exceptional location, service quality and amenities, and we are very pleased that CDP Capital has selected 1211 for their operations in New York.”
Cushman & Wakefield’s Josh Kuriloff, Mitchell Arkin, and Ethan Silverstein represented the ownership in direct negotiations with CDP Capital.
1211 Avenue of the Americas, built in 1973, is a striking 44-story, two million square-foot, Class A office tower located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan and situated near major transportation hubs.
The building has direct access to the Rockefeller Center Concourse amenities and subway.
The building is LEED Silver certified, Energy Star designated and the winner of the BOMA 2010 Middle Atlantic Regional Building of the Year and the BOMA 2008/2009 Operating Building of the Year.