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National Public Media Takes Full Floor in Midtown

Cushman & Wakefield and strategic alliance partner JRT Realty Group have arranged a long-term lease for National Public Media at 200 W. 41st St. The tenant, which offers sponsorship opportunities across public media stations, will occupy an entire floor of 8,780 square feet. 

Harry Blair, Sean Kearns and Sayo Kamara of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord, New York City REIT. The tenant was represented by JRT’s Greg Smith and Kevin Kennelly. 

“We are thrilled to welcome National Public Media to 200 W. 41st St.,” said Blair. “The building offers furnished and wired pre-built spaces and is surrounded by a multitude of transportation and retail options, making it a great fit for any kind of tenant.” 

200 W. 41st St. is a 169,910-square-foot office property that recently underwent a full capital improvement program consisting of a new lobby, elevator cabs and building mechanicals.  


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