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Sheehan Nagle Hartray Nearly Doubles HQ Space

Sheehan Nagle Hartray Architects is making a move from 12,907 square feet at 30 W. Monroe St. to nearly double the space at Sterling Bay’s 1 Prudential Plaza. The new 23,615-square-foot space will serve as SNHA’s headquarters, with move-in slated for April 2019.

NKF’s Geoffrey Kasselman and Matthew Whipple led the brokerage team representing SNHA, along with Bob Chodos and Steve Levitas. Sterling Bay negotiated the deal in-house.

“The NKF team listened to our needs and helped us pinpoint first-class space in an architecturally significant building where the whole team can be on one floor together with room for expansion if needed,” said SNHA’s Neil Sheehan.

Kasselman and Whipple were also selected by SNHA to market the firm’s remaining 9,317 square feet of space at 30 W. Monroe for sublease. Additionally, Kasselman also recently represented SNHA, along with Knight Frank, in securing new flex space for its London office.

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