Architecture Firm Doubles Space in Garment District
E4H Architecture, a national leading health care architecture/design firm, expanded its Garment District offices. The firm signed a full-floor, 10-year lease of 10,156 square feet on the sixth floor of 15 W. 37th St., nearly doubling its existing space of 5,700 square feet on the 16th floor.
Norman Bobrow and David Badner of Norman Bobrow & Company represented E4H Architecture. NKF’s Jarad Winter, JD Cohen, William Cohen and Steven Levy represented Kamber Management, the property’s ownership.
“While E4H explored options outside the building, 15 W. 37th gave the firm the best opportunity to expand within the building,” said Badner. “Additionally, the landlord’s buildout of the sixth floor surpassed what other buildings were offering as their standard installation. This was ultimately E4H’s deciding factor to continue their tenancy going forward.”
Along with the Manhattan office, E4H has offices in Boston, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Washington, D.C., Nashville, Burlington, VT and Portland, ME.
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