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Healthcare Recruitment Firm Subleases at 450 Seventh Ave.

Prime Staffing NYC, a recruitment firm specializing in travel and local nurse contracts, signed a 5,582-square-foot sublease at the Kaufman Organization’s 450 Seventh Ave. in Midtown Manhattan. The company will occupy the property’s 43rd floor.
“450 Seventh is located in the heart of Midtown, a prime location to provide Prime Staffing with access to frontline workers,” said Michael Kaufman, partner of Kaufman. “As we prepare for the new year and given our current climate, we anticipate the demand for office space from the medical industry will increase. This deal is a measurable example of our forecast, as the company is doubling in size from its current location.”
Prime Staffing is relocating from nearby 499 Seventh Ave. The deal is a two-year sublease from Synacor. Michael Kaufman represented the tenant, while Sam Stein, VP of leasing, and Michael Heaner, partner of Kaufman, represented Synacor.

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