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Lee NYC Reps Asset Management Firm in Move from Sublease to Full Lease

Lee & Associates NYC represented Lucid Management and Capital Partners LP, a specialized fixed-income asset management firm, in a 3,900-square-foot office lease at 295 Madison Ave. in Midtown. Lucid will occupy the entire 39th floor as its global headquarters.  

Lee NYC previously represented the firm in 2021 when it moved into this space as a subtenant and has now arranged a direct lease with the building’s ownership. The team of Alan Friedman and Woody King represented Lucid. The landlord, Eretz Group, was represented by Nick Mok. 

“Following a successful year subleasing this space, the firm can officially call it home,” said Friedman, executive managing director of Lee NYC.  

295 Madison is situated off 41st Street near several major transit hubs including Grand Central Terminal, as well as the Bryant Park and Herald Square subway stations. 


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