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Kaufman Organization Secures 5,418-Square-Foot Lease at 19 West 24th Street for Knot Standard

  Kaufman Organization (Kaufman), a Manhattan-based full service real estate firm today announces that Knot Standard, a men’s apparel company that focuses on custom menswear including suits, blazers and pants, has signed a 5,418-square-foot lease at 19 West 24th Street. The menswear tenant will occupy the entire second floor of the 12-story property in Flatiron.

“19 West 24th Street is a highly desirable building due to its transit-oriented location in Flatiron and the creative environment it brings to tenants. The renovations, lobby artwork and mix of tenant types has created a welcoming and innovative office space for e-commerce companies,” said Michael Heaner, Partner at Kaufman. “For Knot Standard, this location offered the ideal space for both general offices and showroom space. The menswear company has been in the building for six years and decided to renew its office space at market rent.”

Michael Heaner and Grant Greenspan of Kaufman Organization represented the landlord, Kaufman Organization. Jonathan Wasserstrum of The Square Foot represented the tenant in this transaction. Asking rent was $70 per square-foot.


19 West 24th Street is a 12-story building that was built in 1910. Located on 24th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues, the property benefits from its proximity to subway lines including 1, 6, C, E, F, M, R and W trains. 19 West 24th Street features a new lobby, new elevators with graffiti artwork by Scott Marsi and new plumbing, electric and a heating system. The property is part of Kaufman Organization’s Madison Square Portfolio.  

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