...More than doubling in size, Cognolink has signed a 7-year lease comprising a portion of the 10th floor of the 22-story office building. The transaction was brokered by real estate services firm, Savills Studley.
The new office is being constructed with an open work space, large kitchen and abundant amenities, including a large private terrace, for the 100+ professionals that will ultimately work in the space.
Savills Studley’s Evan Margolin represented the tenant in the transaction and Alan Wildes of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord.
“Cognolink is a great example of a firm that is leveraging its real estate to support their business objectives,” Margolin said...
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