Feil Organization Secures Trio of Leases in Midtown South
The Feil Organization has signed multiple long-term leases with international and domestic companies at its 257 Park Ave. South and 853 Broadway locations in Midtown South.
British apparel designer Paul Smith has signed for 12,617 square feet on the fifth floor of 257 PAS for a new showroom and office. Beachwold Residential leased 12,637 square feet on the building’s 13th floor.
LoopMe, a UK-based digital advertising firm, will take 7,897 square feet on the sixth floor of 853 Broadway.
“Ownership has gotten more aggressive and proactive in pre-building larger spaces and offering more generous tenant improvement allowances, which has increased the demand for our buildings,” said Rob Fisher, director of commercial leasing at The Feil Organization.
Fisher represented Feil in all three leases. Newmark’s Will Grover and Ben Shapiro represented Paul Smith. Savills’ Jared Stern represented Beachwold. LoopMe was represented by Savills’ Brandon Cooperstock and Newmark’s Justin Pollner.
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