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KPG Funds Signs Praxis to Full-Floor Lease 

KPG Funds has leased the entire third floor of 7,462 square feet at 446 Broadway to Praxis, a social media platform for those interested in joining an online community aimed at developing energetic, resident-owned, self-governed cities. The lease brings 446 Broadway to full occupancy. 

“Praxis is an innovative city builder that brings together the best in technology and real estate to build better cities founded on shared values and community,” said Greg Kraut, CEO of KPG Funds. “We have created a similar feel at 446 Broadway and are thrilled to be part of this innovation.” 

Cushman and Wakefield’s Greg Herman represented Praxis, while David Malawer of Newmark represented ownership. Praxis, whose third-floor space is known as The Gallery due to the street art and furniture that was included with the space, joins a tenant roster that includes Rally Road, Cabin Edit, The Org and Rumi. 


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