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Williams rounds out TAMI roster at 136 Madison Ave.

MAC ROOS

Williams Equities announced that it has arranged two leases totaling nearly 37,000 s/f at its 136 Madison Avenue, with ComplySci and Nutrafol both signing full-floor agreements in the Midtown South property.

With these new transactions, 136 Madison Avenue is now 100 percent leased.

A provider of regulatory technology for financial and professional services companies, ComplySci signed a ten-year, 18,300 s/f lease for the entire 8th floor. The tenant is scheduled to move in later this year pending build-out of the space.

Nutrafol, a firm that provides clinically designed hair growth products, signed a three-year, 18,300 s/f lease for the entire 10th floor. The tenant is scheduled to take possession of the pre-built space in May. “Creative and traditional service companies continue to look for affordable, high-quality options in high-demand neighborhoods,” said Mac Roos with Colliers International Tri-State, who leads the leasing efforts on behalf of building ownership, Williams Equities. “We are able to provide pre-built and custom-built spaces for firms of all types. Tenants appreciate the superb location, building amenities, and working with hands-on ownership dedicated to providing superior service.”

Located in the NoMad District between 31st and 32nd Streets, 136 Madison Avenue is a 17-story, tech-friendly building. The property’s roster of tenants includes those in new media, technology, education, healthcare and financial services.

The 150,000 s/f turn-of-the-century property includes a restored 16 ft. high, art deco entrance on Madison Avenue, museum-quality lobby, concierge desk that is attended 24-hours per day, new passenger elevators, and right-sized floor plates.

Williams Equities is also in the process of building a new roof deck as an added, building-wide amenity available to all tenants.

Dennis Someck and Justin Myers, of Lee & Associates, represented ComplySci. Freddie Fackelmayer and Brett Kaye, of CBRE, represented Nutrafol.

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