Hudson Square welcomes literary giant.
The New York Review of Books will occupy 15,049 s/f of commercial space on the third floor of 435 Hudson Street. It is relocating from 1755 Broadway.
Carl Weisbrod, President of Trinity Real Estate said, "As Hudson Square continues to evolve as a media hub, it is fitting that we also become home to one of America's most distinguished intellectual publications, The New York Review of Books. The creative vibe of our dynamic neighborhood will be enhanced by its newest occupant."
Ralph Giordano represented The New York Review of Books in the lease negotiation. At the time of this transaction he was with CB Richard Ellis. (Mr. Giordano has since moved to Grubman Ellis.)
Trinity was represented by Jason Pizer, Senior Vice President and Thomas Lynch, Assistant Vice President.
Asking rents in the building are in the low-$50s range.
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Jan 30, 2008|
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