First Investors Expands And Relocates To 40 Wall Street Through Studley
September 5, 2013


120 Wall Street

As Lower Manhattan continues to rebound from Hurricane Sandy, a leading financial services company has found “shelter from the storm” in a new office building.

First Investors Management Company, Inc. has signed a 15-year lease for the entire 10th floor at the Trump Organization’s 40 Wall Street for its new corporate headquarters, in a transaction brokered by commercial real estate services firm Studley. It is anticipated, that the firm will relocate to its new location in the Fall. Studley’s Executive Managing Director Marc R. Shapses, Corporate Managing Director Jason Schwartzenberg and Executive Managing Director Joseph Messina represented First Investors on the long-term leasing transaction, while Jeffrey Lichtenberg and Jared Horowitz at Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord...




First Investors Expands And Relocates To 40 Wall Street Through Studley




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