GFP Real Estate has announced two lease transactions totaling 5,666 square feet at 515 Madison Ave in Plaza District. The building, known as the DuMont Building, is a 42-story, 370,000-square-foot class A building built in 1932 and designed by John H. Carpenter.
Law firm Kayser & Redfern renewed its lease for 3,956 square feet on the 31st floor. Martin McGrath of GFP Real Estate represented the landlord, GFP Real Estate, in the transaction; Sam Matayev of Norman Bobrow & Co. represented the tenant. Kayser & Redfern, LLP first moved into the building in 2013.
Boutique real estate firm Alpha Properties Group Corp renewed its lease for 1,710 square feet on the 30th floor. Martin McGrath of GFP Real Estate represented ownership in-house. Amy Elliot of Alpha Properties Group Corp represented the tenant.
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