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Swedish Clothier J. Lindeberg Leases Flatiron District Offices 

 Kaufman Organization  has signed J. Lindeberg Corp., a Swedish clothing company that specializes in golf and ski apparel, to a 5,400-square-foot lease at 19 W. 24th St. The company will occupy the entire ninth floor of the 12-story property in Manhattan’s Flatiron District.  

“19 W. 24th St. is a highly sought out building due to its complete renovation and desirable location, which offers access to major public transit stops and walkability to dining, fitness and other attractions in Flatiron,” said Michael Heaner, partner at Kaufman. “For J. Lindeberg Corp, this location offered a space that could support its strong business and serve as a place for showrooms as well as give employees a space with windows on all four sides, bringing them great light and stunning city views.”  

Heaner and Elliot Warren of Kaufman Organization represented ownership in-house. TJ Hochanadel of JLL represented the tenant.   


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