JLL was selected by Trinity Church Wall Street as exclusive leasing agent for 107 Greenwich Street, the office component of 76 Trinity Place.
The firm will provide a full range of marketing and leasing services for 130,000 s/f of tower floor office space at the new, mixed-use 317,288-square-foot building.
The JLL professionals overseeing the new leasing assignment include Howard Hersch, vice chairman; John Wheeler, executive managing director; Sam Seiler, managing director; and Andrew Coe, vice president. The group will work closely with John Franqui, director of mission properties and asset management, and Matthew Fox, senior associate, asset management, at Trinity.
“This is a new premier building that will afford a distinct offering for the boutique tenants in the market,” said Wheeler.
The 26-story 76 Trinity Place was designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects.The first five floors of the building, known as Trinity Commons, will serve as resource for the community, offering a full-court gymnasium, a teaching kitchen, art and rehearsal studios, more than a dozen private meeting rooms, a large hall for special events and a dedicated space for teenagers.
Trinity Commons is scheduled to open to the public in the spring. The sixth through 13th floors at 76 Trinity Place are occupied by Trinity staff.
The office component of the building totals 130,000 s/f and encompasses the 14th through the 26th floors. It has a dedicated entrance and a separate address of 107 Greenwich Street.
The building’s 18th floor serves as an amenity floor for the office tenants, offering dining, conference rooms, break-out space and an expansive outdoor terrace.
The office space at 107 Greenwich Street is located a few blocks from the World Trade Center and Fulton Center transit hubs, Westfield’s World Trade Center retail, the Hudson River esplanade and diverse hotel opportunities.