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Non-profit relocates to downtown neighbor

Cushman & Wakefield arranged a 15-year, 25,075 s/f lease for Community Access, Inc., a supportive housing and social services organization, at 17 Battery South.

Community Access will occupy a portion of the building’s 13th floor.

Executive Managing Director and Co-Chair of Cushman’s National Not-For-Profit Advisory Group Carri Lyon and Vice Chairman Mark Mandell represented the tenant in the transaction.

Community Access will be relocating from 17 Battery North to 17 Battery South and using the space for its headquarters and offices.

The landlord, Battery Commercial Associates LLC, is paying to build the space out to Community Access’s specifications and has created a new efficient design. 17 Battery South offers high ceilings, superior electrical capacity and high-speed telecommunications capability.

“Community Access’s expanded new space and updated design will promote greater efficiency throughout the organization,” said Lyon. “As the move from the organization’s prior location to 17 Battery South is only one door away, Community Access will continue to benefit from Downtown Manhattan’s thriving business environment and proximity and attraction to top talent.”

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