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Law Firm Joins Tenant Roster at AmTrust RE’s 250 Broadway

AmTrust RE, a national real estate owner-developer with 12 million square feet of commercial, mixed-use, and residential properties across the Northeast and Midwest, has completed a 16,375-square-foot lease transaction at 250 Broadway, its 648,000-square-foot office property across from City Hall in Lower Manhattan. Law firm Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco will join the property’s tenant roster. 

“Manhattan’s private business sector is experiencing a surge in employees returning to the office full-time, and this leasing activity at 250 Broadway is the latest indicator of this movement,” said Jonathan Bennett, president of AmTrust RE. “As employers look to increase office attendance from employees, we’re seeing a ‘flight to quality’ take place.” 

AmTrust RE was represented by Anne Holker, managing director of leasing and acquisitions, and by Cushman & Wakefield’s Charles Borrok, Jonathan Fales, Frank Cento, Jonathan Fein, and Michelle Mean. The tenant was represented by Newmark’s Eric Zemachson.  


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