Ogden CAP Properties announced today that Viam, a robotics software startup, has signed a 10-year, 54,000 s/f lease encompassing the entire sixth floor at 1900 Broadway, located steps away from Lincoln Center.
“This lease showcases the strength in the product we are offering at 1900 Broadway – a boutique office building, with large floor plates, spacious bright and airy spaces in an ideal neighborhood,” said Lester Schwalb of Ogden CAP. “Viam clearly understood that this unique building was the perfect place to build their long-term offices and HQ.”
Serving as Viam’s headquarters, the light filled space will feature multiple conference and meeting rooms, a café, a wellness room, and stunning views of Lincoln Center.
“We’re very excited to have signed our new office lease with Ogden CAP at 1900 Broadway,” said Eliot Horowitz, CEO Founder of Viam. “This building offers the ideal workplace for our company in a culturally-stimulating neighborhood. We were immediately drawn to 1900 Broadway’s offerings and knew it was the right fit for our headquarters.”
Frank Doyle and Mitchell Konsker, Vice Chairmen; Barbara Winter, Managing Director; and Carlee Palmer, Associate, of JLL represented Ogden CAP in the transaction. Viam was represented by Ephraim Setton and Troy Gordon with R New York.
1900 Broadway is an eight-story, 321,000 s/f luxury office building overlooking Lincoln Center, moments from Central Park, Deutsche Bank Center, and the Columbus Circle transit/retail hub. The building features a new lobby, 24/7 security and modernized elevators, and most importantly, spacious, flexible floorplates for a range of tenant layouts, with large windows and an abundance of natural light on all sides.
The seventh floor, also 54,000 s/f, is currently the only remaining availability in the building.
1900 Broadway is home to some of New York City’s best restaurants, including The Smith, Café Fiorello, Bar Boulud, Boulud Sud and Epicerie Boulud.