Monday Properties and Invesco, owners of 230 Park Avenue, announced that it has signed a new lease with Lee Hecht Harrison, a global talent mobility firm, at 230 Park Avenue.
Lee Hecht Harrison is a wholly owned subsidiary of Adecco USA, the world’s leading workforce solutions organization.
Lee Hecht Harrison is relocating from 200 Park Avenue to occupy 23,000 s/f on the 6th floor of 230 Park Avenue. The company focuses on developing talent and providing career transition, leadership development, and employee engagement, among other offerings.
Lewis Cohen of Mohr Partners represented Lee Hecht Harrison in the lease transaction. Monday Properties was represented in-house by Jordan Berger, together with the 230 Park Avenue co-broker team from Jones Lang LaSalle; Frank Doyle, Jonathan Fanuzzi, Paul Glickman, and David Kliener.
Brian Robin, president of Monday Properties, said, “230 Park Avenue continues to earn the trust of leading organizations such as ING, Clarion Partners, and Novartis.
“We are proud to add Lee Hecht Harrison to the tenant community of our landmark building, where we provide leasing solutions for small and large firms alike.”
The 34-story tower, located between 45th and 46th Streets, comprises 1.4 million square feet of Class A office space and is surrounded by Midtown’s finest restaurants, boutiques and hotels.
230 Park Avenue is a LEED-EB Gold certified building and overlooks Park Avenue and Grand Central Terminal.
The property offers full floor opportunities in the building; both at the base with a 70,000 SF floor plate and in the tower, providing a 21,000 s/f floor plate.