A LA MODA; THE DEAL SHEET
June 29, 2010


... The MTA may be cutting service left and right, but it’s not stopping TransitCenter from expanding. The non-profit, which launched the concept of TransitChek, is expanding its Midtown HQ at 1065 Avenue of the Americas, inking a long-term 34k SF lease to occupy the entire 34k SF fifth floor. The in-house move is a consolidation from 27k SF over two floors. Studley’s Paul Revson and Zev Holzman repped the tenant, while Newmark Knight Frank’s Brian Waterman, John Fanuzzi, Brent Ozarowski, and Lance Korman repped the landlord.  ...

... Six former partners from Mendes & Mount’s aviation and space practice needed their own space, so the newly formed Fitzpatrick & Hunt, Tucker, Collier, Pagano, Aubert inked a 15-year, 16k SF deal at 12 E. 49th St.’s Tower 49 while concurrently signing a comparable lease at 633 W. 5th St. in LA. Studley’s Zev Holzman and Paul Revson repped the tenant in the NY deal, while Studley’s LA office was involved in the other deal. Colliers International’s Robert Bakst worked with Zev and Paul to terminate the lease for Broadpoint Gleacher, which previously occupied the space and was consolidating to 1290 Avenue of the Americas.  ...

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