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SL Green signs Nixon Peabody, Comcast to Tower 46

SL Green Realty Corp. announced that two tenants have signed leases totaling 111,342 square feet at 55 West 46th St., also known as Tower 46, the 34-story office tower jointly owned by SL Green and PGIM.

Law firm Nixon Peabody LLP signed a 15-year lease covering 66,297 s/f for floors 23-25.

Comcast Cable Communications Management LLC, a subsidiary of Comcast Corporation which develops, manages, and operates broadband communication networks, signed a 10-year lease covering 45,045 s/f on the building’s top two floors.

“We’re delighted to welcome these industry leading tenants,” said Steven Durels, Executive Vice President, Director of Leasing and Real Property for SL Green.

“These transactions highlight the appeal of Tower 46’s new building construction including highly-efficient column-free floors, soaring slab heights, robust infrastructure and in-building amenities, including a fitness center and parking.”

Timothy Dempsey, Michael Monahan and Ramneek Rikhy of CBRE acted on behalf of Nixon Peabody, while Michael Gottlieb and David Fahey of Avison Young represented Comcast Cable.

The CBRE team consisting of Peter Turchin, James Ackerson, Sam Seiler, Cara Chayet and Christie Harle represented the landlord in both transactions.

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