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Crypto currency fund Recursive Research has leased a full floor of office space at 121 E. 24th St. in Manhattan's Flatiron District

Crypto Fund Joins Ranks of Tech Tenants Moving to Flatiron District

Recursive Research, Inc, a crypto currency fund, has signed a 5,186-square-foot lease at 121 E. 24th St., taking the entire seventh floor. Jeff Buslik and Bradley Cohn of Adams & Co. represented the landlord, Kofler Associates, and Steven Evans of Platinum Properties represented the tenant. 

“121 E. 24th St. is an ideal building for tech-focused tenants looking to be in the heart of the Flatiron neighborhood, which has been widely recognized as the center of Silicon Alley,” said Buslik.  

He continued, “We have been seeing more and more technology and crypto companies moving to this area as it has transformed into New York’s technological hub. For Recursive Research, this space offered an office that could fit the company’s growing business and be easily accessible to employees.” 

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