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Memorial Sloan Kettering Leases All of New-Build MOB

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) will lease 100% of the approximately 75,000 square feet of office space at 333 E. 61st St. on the Upper East Side.

The new-construction medical office building along Hospital Row is owned by a joint venture of LaSalle Investment Management and the William Macklowe Company. LaSalle acquired a majority interest in the MOB on behalf of its open-end LaSalle Property Fund.

“333 E. 61st follows our successful conversion of 156 William St. into Lower Manhattan’s premier dedicated medical office building, and continues our co-investing relationship with LaSalle Investment Management,” said Billy Macklowe, CEO of the William Macklowe Company.

The property’s immediate trade area contains some of the world’s most prestigious hospitals, medical schools, research centers and outpatient facilities, including New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center, Weill Cornell Medical College, MSKCC, Hospital for Special Surgery, and Rockefeller University.

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