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Rudin welcomes cryptocurrency co. to 1675 Broadway

Rudin Management Company announced today that global fintech firm Apifiny has finalized a five-year, 12,022 s/f lease at 1675 Broadway, its 35-story office tower in Midtown.

Apifiny, a leading cryptocurrency trading and mining network, will occupy a portion of the 35th floor of the 850,000 s/f building, which is located at the corner of Broadway and West 52nd Street. The firm is currently located at 199 Water Street and plans to take occupancy at 1675 Broadway this month.

“As a company with a strong commitment to technology and innovation, we are thrilled that Apifiny has chosen 1675 Broadway for its new Manhattan offices,” said Michael Rudin, Executive Vice President at Rudin Management Company. “We believe Apifiny will benefit from 1675 Broadway’s central location and best-in-class infrastructure and connectivity as they continue to grow here in New York City.”


Apifiny was represented by Sam Einhorn of Colliers in the transaction. Building ownership was represented by Robert Steinman, Senior Vice President at Rudin Management Company.

Built in 1989 by Jack and Lewis Rudin, the green-gray Canadian granite office building at 1675 Broadway was constructed using the air rights over the adjacent Broadway Theatre. Designed by FXCollaborative (formerly Fox and Fowle Architects), the building features an Italian marble-clad lobby with vaulted ceilings, virtually column-free floor plates that can accommodate up to 10 corner offices, and a 60-car parking garage.

Apifiny will join a prominent tenant roster at 1675 Broadway that includes Davis & Gilbert, Ballard Spahr, Roberts & Holland, and Spielman Koenigsberg & Parker.

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