Jane Roundell, Managing Principal, Cresa, has arranged a new home for the American Heart Association at 10 East 40th Street, between Fifth and Madison Avenues.
The 16,660 s/f full-floor space is being designed as a predominantly open workplace to accommodate a more collaborative environment for the organization.
Spanning the entire 11th floor of the 48-story, Class-A office tower, the new office additionally offers three sides of city views and exceptional light.
“A single, full-floor space and a central location were important criteria for the Association’s New York move,” said Roundell.
“Their new offices will feature a highly efficient layout, a very large, flexible boardroom/training room, and soft seating areas where people can conduct impromptu brainstorming sessions.”
Roundell, who is based in the New York office, has advised the Founders Affiliate of the American Heart Association for fifteen years.
Richard Teichman and Richard Brickell of Joseph P. Day Realty Corporation, the building’s managing agent, represented the landlord, Ronbet 40th Street LLC. The group is expected to relocate in November 2018.