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Marx Realty Adds Quartet of Tenants at Bowery Offices 

Marx Realty has secured four new leases across its Bowery portfolio, which includes 135 and 161 Bowery. The firms, ranging from creative to entertainment and tech entities, will occupy a total of 10,300 square feet at the Lower East Side buildings. 

A Cushman & Wakefield team of Remy Liebersohn and Bianca DiMauro signed the following firms: 

  • Portlus, Inc., a division of UK-based fashion brand Threads Styling, will take 2,133 square feet at 135 Bowery and was represented by Square Foot’s Tom Kelly. 
  • JO Entertainment, operator of high-end nightclubs, signed a 1,657-square-foot lease at 135 Bowery, represented by Harrison Katzman of Savitt Partners. 
  • Creative firm Something Special Studios will take 3,300 square feet at 161 Bowery and was represented by Eli Someck of Redwood Property Group. 
  • Magna Digital Inc. will take 3,300 square feet at 161 Bowery and was represented by Jason Majlessi at Venture Commercial NYC. 
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