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Fireblocks has signed the first office lease at 441 Ninth Ave. since Commonwealth Partners acquired the Midtown Manhattan property for $1.033 billion

Fireblocks Signs for 10K SF at 441 Ninth Ave. 

CBRE arranged the first new lease at 441 Ninth Ave., the 700,000-square-foot Far West Side office tower, since CommonWealth Partners acquired the property in December for $1.033 billion. Digital asset and crypto technology firm Fireblocks inked a 10,000-square-foot lease for new pre-built space on the 15th floor of the property.  
 
CBRE’s Evan Haskell leads the team spearheading leasing at 441 Ninth on behalf of CommonWealth Partners. The CBRE team of Rocco Laginestra and Rob Wizenberg represented Fireblocks.  
 
“441 Ninth Ave. is one of the city’s most advanced office towers and one of only four office buildings in NYC that have achieved LEED Platinum status,” said Haskell. “The building is a beacon for wellness and sustainability, with advanced air filtration, multiple outdoor spaces, and exceptional light and views.”

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