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Architectural firm Grimshaw Services USA has signed an 18,783-square-foot office lease at 60 Madison Avenue with the Moinian Group

Architecture Firm Grimshaw Inks Lease with Moinian Group

The Moinian Group has completed an 18,783-square-foot office lease with London-based architectural firm Grimshaw Services USA, with the tenant signing a long-term lease for the entire fourth floor at 60 Madison Ave.  Grimshaw is relocating from the Meatpacking District.   

“Grimshaw is an internationally renowned architectural firm that was in the market for a new headquarters,” said Ted Koltis, EVP of commercial leasing for The Moinian Group. “Our ability to offer a custom-build solution on the entire fourth floor of 60 Madison with great light and views of Madison Square Park was instrumental in their decision to move into our building. Grimshaw is a tremendous organization who will make an excellent addition to our strong roster of tenants.”   

Ken Fishel, of LegacyNY, represented Grimshaw in leasing negotiations. The CBRE team of Gregg Rothkin, Tim Freydberg, Jared London and Hayden Pascal represented ownership. 


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