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Gregg Wattenberg’s Music Studio Relocates to Hudson Square 

Arcade Songs, the independent music publisher led by songwriter and producer Gregg Wattenberg, will be relocating to the newly-developed boutique office building at 60 Charlton St. in Hudson Square.  

Arcade Songs, known for working with artists such as John Legend, Dean Lewis, and Noah Kahan, has signed a 12-year lease for 18,970 square feet across the entire second and fourth floors of the 12-story building. The space will house Arcade’s recording studios and executive offices.  

The building, owned by AEW Capital Management in a joint venture with APF Properties and Drake Street Partners, underwent a multi-million-dollar redevelopment to restore its architectural details and add six newly-constructed stories. The LEED Gold certified property offers tenant amenities such as a bike room, shower area, and outdoor roof deck.  

JLL represents the 60 Charlton ownership group with a team led by Mitchell Konsker, Benjamin Bass, Kristen Morgan, Carlee Palmer, and Harrison Potter. Arcade Songs was represented by CBRE’s Alex D’Amario and Gary Davies.


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