SJP Snags Two Full-Floor Tenants for 470 Park Ave. South
SJP Properties has signed full-floor leases with two industry-leading firms, Anchorage Digital and a publicly traded REIT specializing in life sciences and technology, for a combined 20,000 square feet of office space at its 470 Park Ave. South property in Midtown South.
Anchorage Digital is a full-service financial platform and infrastructure provider for the digital asset space. Headquartered in San Francisco, it’s leasing 10,000 square feet for its New York City outpost.
The REIT is the first life science office tenant to take space at 470 PAS and will occupy the building’s entire pre-built second floor, spanning 10,000 square feet.
Rory Murphy, Patrick Heeg and Chase Gordon of Transwestern Real Estate Services represented Anchorage Digital. The REIT was represented by James Gale and Bill Hartman of Cushman & Wakefield. Paul Amrich, Neil King, James Ackerson, and Josh Pernice of CBRE, the property’s exclusive leasing agents, represented building ownership
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