Synagogue relocating to Equitable Building at 120 Broadway
July 15, 2015

The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ), a nonprofit organization that represents and supports synagogues practicing conservative Judaism across North America, will relocate to 120 Broadway, aka, the Equitable Building, in a transaction brokered by Savills Studley.

The organization has signed a 15-year, 16,000 s/f lease comprising part of the 15th floor at the historic 40-story, 1.9-million-square-foot office tower, which is bordered by Broadway and Nassau, Pine and Cedar Streets in Lower Manhattan...

Savills Studley’s Executive Managing Director Marc R. Shapses and Executive Vice President, Director & Branch Manager Ira Schuman, represented the USCJ in the long-term leasing transaction at 120 Broadway, as well as in the disposition of their Midtown East office asset...

Synagogue relocating to Equitable Building at 120 Broadway

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