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RFR, Kushner Tap CushWake for DUMBO Heights Leasing Assignment

Cushman & Wakefield has been selected by RFR and Kushner Companies as the exclusive leasing agent for DUMBO Heights, a four-building Class A office campus in Dumbo, Brooklyn, encompassing 1,200,000 square feet. The campus, which has been roughly 97% occupied since 2015, will bring a full 95,000-square-foot building or multiple floor opportunities to market in the third quarter. 

A Cushman & Wakefield team of Joseph Cirone, Alex Kouwenhoven and Jason Kroeger will market availabilities throughout the buildings.

“DUMBO Heights is a market-defining office campus that provides Class A amenities and services to a diverse professional community,” said Cirone. “Situated in the epicenter of Brooklyn’s creative and tech universe, these properties are ideal for a multitude of tenants.”

Located at 55 Prospect St., 81 Prospect St., 77 Sands St. and 117 Adams St., DUMBO Heights offers tenants plug and play suites and boutique full floor opportunities. 

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