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Software company takes nearly 100K sf at RFR’s 17 State

Artificial intelligence firm IPsoft doubles its office space

November 10, 2014 03:06PM

From left: IPsoft office and 17 State Street, Manhattan

From left: IPsoft office and 17 State Street, Manhattan

IPsoft, an artificial intelligence software company, inked a lease for 98,000 square feet at Aby Rosen’s 17 State Street, across from Battery Park.

With the lease, the company is doubling its footprint, according to Crain’s. Asking rents for office space in the 42-story, 530,000-square-foot tower are in the mid $60s per square foot. The tower was one of the first Downtown office buildings to re-open after Superstorm Sandy.

Law firm Bressler Amery & Ross recently renewed its 23,000-square-foot lease in the building for floors 24 and 34. [Crain’s] — Claire Moses 

Correction: a prior version of this article incorrectly stated which floors Bressler Amery & Ross leased. 

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