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Boutique Investment Firm Relocates Within Soho

Lee & Associates NYC’s Dennis Someck, Justin Myers and Conor Krup have arranged an eight-and-a-half year, 6,400-square-foot lease at 75 Spring St. for Raven Capital Management, a boutique investment advisory firm. The tenant expects to take occupancy in November.

“The Raven Capital team had outgrown their previous office at 110 Greene Street, but they didn’t want to leave their dynamic Soho neighborhood, complete with all the amenities to which they had grown accustomed,” said Someck. “This full-floor space was a perfect fit for their needs, and will be compatible with future growth of their rapidly expanding team.”

In its previous office, the company was housed in 2,500 square feet of space. For this transaction, the property owner, Greystone Management Corporation, was represented by ABS Partners Real Estate’s Robert Neborak.

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