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SL Green signs trio of midtown leases

SL Green Realty Corp signed a trio of Grand Central Terminal District leases last week.

International law firm Goldberg Segalla LLP nearly doubled in size at 711 Third Avenue, signing an 11-year lease covering 23,679 s/f for its New York City headquarters.

711 third avenue
711 third avenue

The firm currently occupies 12,487 s/f at SL Green’s 600 Lexington Avenue. When it relocates by the end of this year, Goldberg Segalla will occupy the entire 19th and a portion of the 18th floors of the building.

Kyle J. Ciminelli of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented Goldberg Segalla in the transaction, while Howard J. Tenenbaum and Gary M. Rosen acted on behalf of SL Green in-house.

Meanwhile, SL Green signed two leases totaling 23,558 s/f at 750 Third Avenue.

Ankura Consulting Group LLC, an Atlanta, GA-based advisory and expert services firm, signed a new five-year lease covering 11,779 s/f for the entire 28th floor of the building; and Taiwan-based First Commercial Bank, renewed for the same amount of space on the entire 34th floor.

“We are delighted to welcome Ankura to the building, and retain First Commercial Bank,for the long-term,” said Steven Durels, executive vice president, director of leasing and real property for SL Green.

750 Third Avenue
750 Third Avenue

Durels added, “These transactions are testament to the continued robust leasing activity currently be experienced in midtown Manhattan and particularly within the Grand Central terminal submarket.”

Other tenants in the building include Eisner, LLP; Marcum LLP; Endurance Reinsurance; and FTI Consulting, Inc.

Don Preate of Cushman & Wakefield represented Ankura, while David Kaufman acted in-house for SL Green.

Daniel Horowitz of Savills Studley represented First Commercial Bank, Ltd., while Natasha Brown negotiated the transaction in-house for the landlord.

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