Jones Lang LaSalle has completed a new, direct lease for Brookfield Office Properties with Regus at 200 Vesey Street.
The provider of flexible workplaces signed a 16-year lease for 54,991 s/f of commercial office space at the Class A, 2.1 million-square-foot commercial office building.
The building owner was represented by John Wheeler, managing director, along with Paul Glickman, vice chairman, and Clayton Kline, vice president, all with JLL.
The team worked closely with David Cheiken, vice president of leasing with Brookfield Office Properties.
The tenant, Regus, was represented by Mark Ravesloot, vice chairman, and Scott Sloves, senior vice president, with CBRE Inc.
“The 8 milllion-square-foot Brookfield Place complex, currently undergoing a $250 million redevelopment, has historically catered exclusively to large tenants,” said Wheeler.
“Regus recognized the opportunity to create an environment for small tenants who can take advantage of Brookfield Place’s unique attributes and amenities. These include being connected directly to the new Lower Manhattan transit hubs, a private five-acre waterfront setting and a diversified roster of exciting new eateries fronting New York Harbor.”
Regus will occupy the entire 24th floor at 200 Vesey Street, previously known as 3 World Financial Center, which is located between North End Avenue and West Street. The tenant is opening its newest Manhattan location at the office tower.