Trinity adds two new Hudson Sq. tenants.
At 304 Hudson Street, Trinity has signed a new retail lease with Ambienti Italia, a direct importer of highend Italian furniture, for 4,315 s/f.
At 435 Hudson, CEC Artslink International, a not-for-profit cultural exchange program has taken 4,700 s/f of office space.
Peter Fontanetta of Trinity Real Estate arranged both deals on behalf of the ownership. Ilya Tsitron of Manhattan Commercial Realty negotiated the lease for Ambienti Italia and CEC Artslink International was represented by David Schneck and Len Zimmerman of Grubb & Ellis.
The new 4,315 s/f retail location is Ambienti Italia's first venture in Manhattan, joining other prominent furniture stores on Spring Street, including Scott Jordan and Todd Hase. The exquisitely designed showroom was built out in time to coincide with Manhattan's interior design show, which took place in May. Ambienti Italia represents over 30 of Italy's leading manufacturers, bringing world-class furniture selections to the New York Metropolitan area.
CEC Artslink International, a not-for-profit international arts exchange organization has spend the last 40 years supporting the creative cooperation of artists and cultural managers in the United States, Central Europe, Russia and Eurasia.
The organization moved to the Hudson Square area from Manhattan's Garment District, and signed the 15-year lease in order to house its expanding operations.
The firm took the final block of space available at 435 Hudson Square, bringing the Trinity-owned building to 100% occupancy.
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|Title Annotation:||Ambienti Italia|
|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Jun 30, 2004|
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