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Trio of tenants take space at newest Silicon Alley office building

809 Broadway

Cushman & Wakefield has arranged three full-floor leases, at 809 Broadway in Manhattan.

New tenants include Inspired Capital, Tolis Advisors and an undisclosed venture capital fund. All tenants will be moving into the newly developed building in Q4 2019.

Cushman & Wakefield’s Alan Wildes and Charlie Stephens, along with Ron Lo Russo and Anthony Cugini of the firm’s Agency Consulting Group represented the landlord, 809 Broadway, LLC in these transactions.

Scott Brown of NKGF represented Inspired Capital and Dan Organ with Brendan O’Leary of Cushman & Wakefield, represented Tolis Advisors.

“The high-end finishes and floor-to-ceiling glass windows provide each tenant with a Midtown trophy building atmosphere,” said Wildes.

“With most of the floors having outdoor terraces and the building’s prime location in the heart of Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, 809 Broadway provides exceptional value.”

809 Broadway is a new office building with modern finishes and tenant amenities that include a private garden.

The building has attracted top-tier financial service and hedge fund tenants as a result of the award winning building design and prime location steps away from Union Square Park.

Union Square continues to emerge as part of the city’s Silicon Alley due to the influx of high tech companies moving to the neighborhood.

809 Broadway is centrally located within the area, a few blocks away from Union Square Park with abundant dining and entertainment options nearby. The property is located blocks away from multiple subway stations.

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