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KeyBank's Laurel Road digital banking brand has leased office space at RAL Companies' Zero Irving in Manhattan's Union Square neighborhood

KeyBank’s Laurel Road Brand Signs on at Zero Irving 

RAL Development Services signed Laurel Road, a digital banking platform and brand of financial services company KeyBank, to 15,240 square feet of office space at Zero Irving in Union Square. Laurel Road joins two previously announced tenants at Zero Irving: B2B payments platform Melio, and business data analytics software company Sigma Computing 

“Laurel Road’s digital banking platform aligns perfectly with the building’s technology-driven ecosystem, designed and amenitized for companies looking to stand out to their workforce,” said Josh Wein, managing director at RAL. RAL developed the 176,000-square-foot property with Junius Real Estate Partners. 

A JLL team of Benjamin Bass, Mitch Konsker, Dan Turkewitz, Kristen Morgan and Carlee Palmer handles leasing for the property. JLL’s Ken Siegel represented Laurel Road. 


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