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JSM Music Moves Uptown to Club Row Building in Midtown

JSM Music, a leading global commercial music production company, has expanded into 10,500 square feet in the penthouse of the Club Row Building at 28 West 44th St. to facilitate in-person creative collaboration. The company, which is relocating from 7,200 square feet at 30 Broad St., will use the space for commercial music composition, recording, production, mix, post-production and sound design. 

Located on the 22nd floor of 28 W. 44th, the new space has been configured into four state-of-the-art studios, six writing suites and executive offices. The building owner, APF Properties, has its offices in the building, which is both LEED Gold and WIRED SCORE Gold Certified.  

A JLL leasing team led by managing director Brett Harvey and SVP Zachary Azus represented JSM Music in leasing negotiations. APF Properties was represented by principal John Ryan III and associate Rachel Rosenfeld with Avison Young. 


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