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Manhattan Theater Club Renews Longtime Space

Cushman & Wakefield arranged a new 31-year lease for Manhattan Theater Club, Inc. at 311 W. 43rd St. for the entire eighth and ninth floors of the building, totaling 24,814 square feet. The tenant has used the space for administrative offices and rehearsal studios since 1997.

A Cushman & Wakefield team of Ron Lo Russo, Ethan Silverstein, Dan Organ and Anthony Cugini represented the landlord, DivcoWest. CBRE’s Mary Ann Tighe, Christopher Mansfield, Evan Fiddle and Ariel Ball represented the tenant.

“Manhattan Theater Club’s long-term commitment to the building is yet another example of the resiliency of New York City,” said Silverstein. “It is also a testament to DivcoWest’s positioning of the property, offering tenants an exciting and safe work experience.”

311 W. 43rd, also known as the Press Building, is a 15-story, 186,083-square-foot office property. It’s located just north of Penn Station and the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

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