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Investment Firm Hickory Lane Commits to 530 Seventh

Hickory Lane Capital Management has signed a three-year, 2,100-square-foot lease at Savitt Partners’ 530 Seventh Ave. The space will serve as the investment management firm’s headquarters.

“This lease showcases the flexible and diverse options we have always offered at 530 Seventh and continue to, especially during a time in which flexibility is a top priority for tenants,” said Bob Savitt, founder and president of Savitt. “530 Seventh is the ideal location for Hickory Lane, given its central location, modern amenities and versatile spaces.”

Joshua Pearl, founder of Hickory Lane, said, “The personal attention we received from Bob and his team to ensure that our space would be up and running for NYC’s pending reopening was truly above and beyond.”

Brian Neugeboren, Nicole Goetz and Alicia Parente of Savitt represented the Garment District property’s ownership. Christina Combias of Voro Real Estate advised Hickory Lane.

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