The co,,unity organization that works with AIDs victims, ASCNYC, has opened new and expanded “Midtown Central” facilities in Herald Square.
The group has moved its administrative offices and program services from its former location near Union Square. The move was brokered by Savills Studley, the leading global commercial real estate services firm...
The 23,896 s/f space was secured by Savills Studley Executive Managing Director, Marc Shapses; custom-designed by architect Murray Levi; and built-out by contractor Toma Krasniqi.
“ASCNYC had a clear vision regarding what they wanted from their new facilities. After looking at various locations all throughout Manhattan, 64 West 35th Street in Herald Square was the perfect fit, offering ASCNYC their own private entrance to the best location, space, and amenities in line with their long term goals” said Shapses...AIDs group moves to Herald Square
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