NEW YORKâ€”With the closing of three recent transactions, 1156 Avenue of the Americas, located on the southeast corner of 45th Street, is 100 percent occupied.
These recent transactions include:
â€˘ An expansion for Lieber and Solow Ltd., which will now occupy 7,773 sq. ft. on the fourth floor;
â€˘ A new lease for China Telecom, which will occupy 3,330 sq. ft. on the sixth floor; and
â€˘ A new lease for Miniclip, which will occupy 1,630 sq. ft. on the fourth floor.
Cushman & Wakefield, led by David Rosenbloom, Joshua A. Goldman and Emily Weber, along with Jonathan Fales and Michael Tranfalia of the firmâ€™s Strategic Agency Services group are exclusive leasing agent on the building and represented APF Properties, which serves as manager of the property, in the transactions.
The Cushman & Wakefield team also represented Liebert & Solow Ltd. and Miniclip. Yuan Tang and Clyde Reetz of CBRE represented China Telecom.
â€śIn our business, happiness is a full building,â€ť states Kenneth Aschendorf, principal of APF Properties. â€śAt 1156 Avenue of the Americas we are able to offer boutique space with a prestigious avenue address on corporate row. Our Grand Central district properties consistently outperform the market due to the constant investments that we make in our buildingâ€™s including new lobbies, elevators, common areas, mechanical systems and our Plaza quality pre-built program.â€ť