NEW YORK—Branding and communications design firm Addison has signed a 27,300-sq.-ft. lease to occupy the entire eighth and ninth floors of 48 Wall Street.

In addition to the Addison lease, the law firm of Conway, Farrell, Curtin & Kelly P.C. renewed its 8,800-sq.-ft. lease at the property.

In both transactions, the landlord was represented by Jonathan J. Dean of Swig Equities, owner of building. Conway, Farrell, Curtin & Kelly P.C. was represented by Patrick Heeg of Jones Lang LaSalle.

These two lease transactions bring 48 Wall Street to 90 percent occupancy.

Totaling 324,000 sq. ft., 48 Wall Street was built in 1927. The 34-story property was previously occupied by The Bank of New York. Swig Equities LLC, in association with Kirkpatrick MacDonald of MacDonald & Cie, acquired the property and land in 1998.

Tenants sharing the 48 Wall Street address include Rockefeller Center Business Centers, Situs Holdings LLC and EYE Mall Media, among others.