Fisher Brothers Reaches 100% Occupancy at Park Avenue Plaza
Fisher Brother’ Park Avenue Plaza at 55 E. 52nd St. is now 100% percent leased. Existing tenants Evercore, General Atlantic and Duff & Phelps have each renewed and expanded their footprints recently, while another existing tenant recently signed a significant deal to expand.
Ken Fisher, partner at Fisher Brothers, called the leasing milestone “a vote of confidence in the future of work and business growth in New York City. In the face of great uncertainty, Fisher Brothers continues to celebrate impressive leasing activity, reflecting our commitment to our tenants through investments in health and safety protocols, sustainable infrastructure upgrades and best-in-class building operation to keep tenants coming back to the office.”
An in-house team of Marc Packman, Clark Briffel, Charles P. Laginestra and Josh Fisher, along with the CBRE agency leasing team of Howard Fiddle, Peter Turchin, Roger Griswold, Christie Harle and Benjamin Joseph oversee leasing for Park Avenue Plaza.
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