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Sage Realty Rolls Out Turnkey Workspace Solution at 437 Madison

Sage Realty, the leasing and management division of the William Kaufman Organization, introduced Equip by Sage, a turnkey workspace solution offering move-in ready office spaces that are fully built-out, wired and curated to meet tenants’ needs and specifications. The offering made its debut at  437 Madison Ave., Sage’s office property in the Plaza District. 

“We are offering our tenants a streamlined, turnkey solution that will allow their offices to be optimized for greater efficiency and will provide the most dynamic workspaces possible,” said Jonathan Iger, CEO of Sage.  

The first tenant to utilize the offering – Novacap Management – is a leading North American private equity firm that signed a 3,124-square-foot office lease at 437, opening its first US office. The Equip by Sage space is outfitted with a private office, meeting room, and pantry, along with furniture for workstations and lounge areas; all selected for quality and style. 


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