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Life Sciences Consultant Takes Full Floor with Empire State Realty

Empire State Realty Trust has signed a full-floor office lease with ClearView Healthcare Partners for 10,539 square feet at the REIT’s 111 W. 33rd St. The tenant is a global strategy consulting firm serving the life sciences sector.

“111 W. 33rd offers unparalleled convenience to mass transportation, the restaurants of NoMad and Broadway Plaza, and the open space of Greeley Square,” said ESRT’s Thomas P. Durels. “Our recently completed new lobby, elevators and entrances, designed by STUDIOS Architecture, have attracted a great roster of tenants that includes Nespresso and MSG Ventures.”

David A. Stockel of CBRE represented ClearView in the lease negotiations. Landlord representation was provided by Keith Cody of ESRT, along with NKF’s Neil Rubin.

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