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One Five One West 42nd Street in Mnahattan's Times Square is now 97% leased after CTC took two full floors

CTC Lease Brings Durst’s One Five One to 97% Occupancy 

CTC (Chicago Trading Company) has signed a 15-year lease for 68,339 square feet on the 36th and 37th floors of the Durst Organization’s One Five One W. 42nd St.  The trading firm is moving its office from 1120 Ave. of the Americas. 

“One Five One is providing CTC with the space to collaborate and foster creativity and, ultimately, giving them a critical edge in their competitive business,” said Jonathan (Jody) Durst, president of The Durst Organization. “With the last two full floors leased by CTC, One Five One is now 97% leased and helping to lead our city’s rebound from the pandemic.” 

CTC was represented by CBRE’s New York team of Ben Friedland, Jason Pollen and Hannah Gerard, along with Mark Keebler and Brad Serot of CBRE’s Chicago office.  The Durst Organization was represented in-house by EVP Tom Bow, SVP Rocco Romeo and associate director Tanya Grimaldo. 


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