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Minskoff celebrates full house at 1166 Avenue of the Americas

Edward J. Minskoff Equities Inc. and JLL announced three new leases, totaling 52,106 s/f at 1166 Avenue of the Americas.

William Blair & Co. LLC took 40,240 s/f, D.E. Shaw & Co. LP expanded by 6,566 s/f and Cross Lake Partners LLC signed for 5,300 s/f.

With the completion of these transactions, Minskoff and JLL have leased the entire 1.6 million-square-foot office tower.

The office tower has approximately 360,000 s/f of contiguous office space on the 10th through the 19th floors that will become available for occupancy in 2021.

“We are pleased to welcome William Blair and Cross Lake Partners to this dynamic building, and to continue our longstanding relationship with D.E. Shaw,” said Edward J. Minskoff. “The repositioning effort has transformed 1166 Avenue of the Americas, reinvigorating the property and integrating world-class art into a dynamic environment for tenants and visitors.”

William Blair was represented by Silvio Petriello and Benjamin Friedland of CBRE Group Inc.’s Alternative Investments Practice, along with Ramneek Rikhy, senior vice president, and Cara Chayet, vice president, with CBRE.

Cross Lake Partners inwas represented by Ryan McKinney and Chase Gordonfrom Transwestern.
Minskoff was represented by the JLL team of Paul N. Glickman, vice chairman; Cynthia Wasserberger, executive managing director; Jonathan Fanuzzi, executive vice president; Diana Biasotti, senior vice president; and Kristen Morgan, associate.


“Minskoff’s capital improvements have further established 1166 Avenue of the Americas as a leading Midtown office tower,” said Glickman. “The newly renovated lobby boasts extraordinary artwork that has distinguished the property within the surrounding community. ”

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