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The Labs on 121, a new office development in Harlem, will feature Smart Windows from View, Inc.

View, Nightingale Partner on Smart Windows for Harlem Office Project

Nightingale Properties and Real Estate Equities Corporation said their new 10-story, 160,000-square-foot office development in Harlem will feature Smart Windows from View, Inc. The Labs on 121, located at 2226 Third Ave., marks the second partnership between View and Nightingale, following the 111 Wall St. office redevelopment with InterVest Capital Partners (formerly Wafra Capital Partners).  

It also represents View’s third project in Manhattan’s Third Avenue office corridor, following the recently completed 825 Third Ave. with the Durst Organization, and 730 Third Ave. with TIAA and Nuveen Real Estate, showcasing View’s accelerating growth in New York City. 

“Our goal is to accelerate the growth of Harlem’s budding life sciences industry by helping innovative companies attract, retain and develop top talent from around the world,” said Elie Schwartz, CEO at Nightingale Properties. “We chose View Smart Windows precisely because of the unique, positive impact they have on employee health and productivity.”


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