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Eldridge Signs Up for 37K SF at General Motors Building 

Holding company Eldridge has signed a 37,150-square-foot lease at the General Motors Building, 767 Fifth Ave., in Manhattan. Newmark managing director E.N. Cutler and executive managing director Noel Flagg represented Eldridge. Boston Properties’ Andrew Levin represented ownership.  

Headquartered in Greenwich, CT, Eldridge has offices throughout the U.S. and in London. The firm provides businesses and management teams with capital and resources to help execute their strategic plans by offering debt and equity capital along with perspective, relationships and a network of supportive businesses.  

“We are honored to have worked with Eldridge since its inception in 2015, completing numerous leasing transactions with the firm and its subsidiaries during that time,” said Cutler. “Eldridge’s new New York office at the GM Building will be the perfect space to continue their successful track record and attract and retain the best and brightest talent.”   

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