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D.E. Shaw Takes Early Renewal at Tower 45

Kamber Management Company secured a 12-year, 77,000-square-foot early renewal lease for global investment and technology development firm D.E. Shaw across seven upper floors at Tower 45 in Midtown. The tenant, a global investment and technology development firm, had more than $50 billion in investment capital as of Jan. 1.

An Avison Young team of Arthur J. Mirante II, Mitti Liebersohn and John Ryan represented Kamber in leasing negotiations. D.E. Shaw was represented by CBRE’s Timothy Dempsey, Roger Griswold and Munish Viralam.

“This early renewal validates the commitment Kamber Management Company has made to the building through its multimillion-dollar capital program that has included upgrades to the building infrastructure, reimagined common areas and a new lobby,” said Ryan.

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