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RFR to Reposition 345 Park South; Entire Space Now Available

For the first time in more than 15 years, RFR is making all 300,000 square feet of office space at 345 Park Ave. South available for lease. Following negotiations with the previous occupant, global marketing agency Digitas, to secure an early lease termination, the entire office portion is now vacant and will be delivered as a fully-modernized redevelopment by mid-2019.

“We have the unique opportunity to customize the full building for users requiring up to 300,000 square feet and seeking to establish a presence in one of Midtown South’s most prominent and well-located addresses,” said Aby Rosen, co-founder and principal of RFR.

RFR’s redevelopment plan modernizes everything but the circa-1913 shell of 345 Park South. The company, which has owned the property since 1992, says a tenant leasing the entire building will also have a branding and signage opportunity at the lobby entrance on Park Avenue South.

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