GMHC goes uptown
June 25, 2010
By: Lois Weiss

After a two-year-plus search for a new home -- during which it was turned down by numerous property owners -- the Gay Men's Health Crisis will be moving and expanding to 166,000 square feet on two floors of 450 W. 33rd St. from over 140,000 square feet on 12 floors in Chelsea.  ...

...The new deal is an eight-and-a-half-year sublet of the entire sixth floor and a portion of the seventh floor from WNET, which is also hunting for a new home. The West Side building owned by Broadway Partners currently houses the Associated Press, Coach and The Daily News. ...

... WNET was represented in the sublease by Ira Schuman and David Dusek of Studley along with its own space search broker, Charles Borrock of C&W. ...

 
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