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Data Analytics Firm Expands with Move to Zero Irving 

RAL Development Services signed business data analytics software company Sigma Computing Inc to Zero Irving in Midtown South. The tenant signed a five-year, 15,500-square-foot office space lease on the ninth floor of the building.  

Sigma doubled its employees to more than 180 during the past year and is expanding its offices with the new Zero Irving location to grow its New York team. 

“Due to its forward-thinking design, Zero Irving has been positioned to cater to innovative companies from a variety of industries,” said Benjamin Bass, executive managing director of JLL. “Cutting edge companies like Sigma will benefit from the exceptional building quality and amenities, located on one of the city’s most exciting and dynamic neighborhoods. 

Mitchell Konsker, vice chairman of JLL, leads the leasing effort alongside Bass and JLL’s Dan Turkewitz, Kristen Morgan and Carlee Palmer. Jeff Rodgers, Stephen Cisarik and Brent Ozarowski of Newmark represented Sigma. 

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