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Software firm takes 17,000 s/f at Savannaʼs new look 19 West 44th St.

Savanna announced that Alteryx, Inc. leased 18,017 s/f of office space at 19 West 44th Street.

The full-floor deal brings office leasing volume at the Midtown Manhattan property to over 70,000 s/f since Savanna took ownership and undertook an extensive modernization plan to improve the pre-war building.

“Our improvements to 19 West 44th Street have effectively created a new construction quality tenant experience within a pre-war shell in a stellar Midtown location,” said Linhadley Eljach, leasing associate at Savanna.

“This combination of attributes has helped us attract and retain a wide variety of tenants, and we’re extremely pleased to welcome Alteryx to 19 West 44th Street.”

Savanna’s improvement plan – completed in 2019 – included a renovation of the lobby, entrance, and elevators as well as upgrades to building systems, common corridors and restrooms throughout the building.

Savanna also created multiple pre-built suites, several of which are now leased. Alteryx, computer software company, leased the entire 16th floor of the property, taking 18,017 s/f.

Steve Billigmeier and Sebastian Infante of Cushman & Wakefield represented Alteryx, while the JLL team of Mitchell Konsker, Ben Bass, Barbara Winter and Kip Orban represented the building ownership as exclusive agents.

Other notable recent office deals include Harman International Industries, Inc., which signed a 11,189 s/f lease on the 18th floor; in addition, Vereit, Inc., took 6,106 s/fon the 14th floor; RPT Realty took 5,629 s/f of pre-built space on the 10th floor; Grain Management, LLC, leased 2,525 s/f on the 17th floor; and eos Products, LLC, an existing tenant, expanded into 6,029 s/f of space on the 8th floor.

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