Burlington Stores Expands Offices Again at 400 Broadway
Burlington Stores, Inc. signed a full-floor expansion lease for an additional 34,591 square feet of office space formerly under lease to Uber at Empire State Realty Trust’s 1400 Broadway. With this expansion, Burlington’s second in as many years, the tenant will occupy 102,898 square feet across three full floors at the property.
“We value our longstanding relationship with ESRT and are pleased to continue to expand our footprint at 1400 Broadway in New York City,” stated Gayle Aertker, EVP store development, Burlington Stores. “As Burlington continues to grow, we appreciate ESRT’s partnership.”
Alan Desino of Colliers represented Burlington in the lease negotiations. Newmark’s Scott Klau, Neil Rubin and Erik Harris represented the property owner. The Klau team was recently appointed as leasing agent for ESRT’s best-known property, the Empire State Building.
At both 1400 Broadway and the Empire State Building, ESRT has been adding more tenant amenities in recent months.
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).