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Margo Chase Design Inks Lease at Savanna’s 360 Lexington Ave.

Savanna has secured a new five-year, 4,147-square-foot lease for Margo Chase Design, Inc. at 360 Lexington Ave., its 268,383-square-foot, 24-story office tower in East Midtown. The new space will serve as the New York City office and studio for Margo Chase Design, a global design firm founded by the late Margo Chase.  

A JLL team of Mitch Konsker, Ben Bass, Thomas Swartz, Barbara Winter served as leasing agents for Savanna in this transaction. Robert Tunis and Clint Dewey with Colliers represented the tenant. 

“The location, best-in-class prebuilds, and boutique floorplates at 360 Lexington Avenue are resonating with a variety of tenants in the Manhattan office market,” said Ian Moore, VP with Savanna. “The property offered everything Margo Chase Design was seeking in a new office space and we’re pleased to welcome this prominent creative design agency to our tenant roster.” 


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