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Silverstein Properties has secured eight new leases at its 120 Broadway office property in Lower Manhattan

Silverstein’s 120 Broadway Secures Octet of Leases  

Silverstein Properties has secured eight new lease signings at 120 Broadway totaling more than 145,000 square feet. They include: 

●      The Original BARK Company signed a full-floor lease for 51,220 square feet.  

●      The Brennan Center for Justice expanded from 24,409 to 49,885 square feet. 

●      The Capital Grille renewed 12,559 square feet.  

●      The Domain Companies signed for 7,434 square feet.  

●      Kasirer signed for 11,035 square feet.  

●      MBF Trading signed for 3,707 square feet.  

●      Rothesay Asset Management US signed for 8,039 square feet.  

●      Forty-one-year tenant U.S. Securities renewed 1,710 square feet.  

Joseph Artusa and Harlan Strader III represented ownership. Savills’ Greg Taubin represented The Original BARK Company. CBRE’s Stephen Eynon represented The Brennan Center. Lee & Associates’ Corey Abdo and David Scher represented The Domain Companies. CBRE’s Rob Wizenberg represented MBF Trading. Colliers’ Reid Longley represented Rothesay


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