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Digital Fashion Company Upsizes from WeWork Space to One World Trade Center

Newmark has secured a 17,238-square-foot sublease at One World Trade Center for CLO Virtual Fashion. The tenant will partially occupy the 58th floor of the Class A office tower. Director Mitch Heifetz and associate director Brett Stein represented CLO. 

“CLO Virtual Fashion, alongside many other tech-centric companies, recognizes the importance of creating a cohesive, collaborative work environment for their growing workforce,” said Heifetz. “Their choice to join a tech-focused property like One World Trade further emphasizes their forward-thinking vision.” 

The digitally native fashion company formerly had its New York office in a WeWork space at 16 E. 34th St. Due to the rapid growth in its business and workforce, CLO secured a long-term lease at One World Trade to accommodate its global expansion. 

Michael Berman and Eliza Gordon of JLL represented the sublandlord, TZero. 


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