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Transwestern moves to bigger NYC office

Transwestern today (Wednesday) announced its Northeast regional headquarters will relocate to 8,607 s/f in 600 Lexington Ave.

The five-year lease includes the entire 10th floor and two terraces. The firm is relocating to the Class A office building from its previous location at 400 Park Ave.

“600 Lexington Ave. is a premier office building with one of the city’s top landlords, SL Green” said Lindsay Ornstein,


Transwestern principal. “It will be a great place to call home.”

“Our business is rapidly expanding, and as our current lease draws to a close, this is a great opportunity to move to a fresh, premiere space designed to meet our business objectives and growing team member base, improve communication across departments and, ultimately, continue to provide unparalleled service for our clients,” said Patrick Robinson, Transwestern’s Northeast president.

“We are delighted to welcome Transwestern to one of the finest buildings within our portfolio,” said Steven Durels, executive vice president and director of leasing and real property at SL Green. “Transwestern is a highly regarded firm within the real estate industry that we’ve had the pleasure of working with on a number of important transactions over the past several years.”

The firm’s Northeast presence has grown from nine to 61 team members in the last three years. During that same time, Transwestern has expanded its agency leasing, tenant advisory, investment sales, structured finance, property management and construction management capabilities across the region.

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