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  • Soho House Chelsea

    From left: 513-519 West 20th Street and roof of Soho House at 29 Ninth Avenue (inset: Jim Gross and Justin DiMare)

    Soho House signed a 10-year lease to renew – and double – its Chelsea office space near the High Line, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • Masahiro Okafuji and 1251 Sixth Avenue in Midtown (credit: gbNYC)

    Masahiro Okafuji and 1251 Sixth Avenue in Midtown (credit: gbNYC)

    One of Japan’s largest corporations is moving its New York office to 1251 Sixth Avenue in Midtown.

    Itochu – Japan’s second-largest sogo shosha, or general trading company – signed a 20-year lease for around 46,000 square feet at the former Rockefeller Center office tower, located between West 49th and West 50th streets. The company will occupy 53-story, 2.4 million-square-foot building’s entire 51st floor, with asking rent at $105 per square foot. [more]

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  • SeatGeek DraftKings

    From left: 400 Lafayette Street in Noho, SeatGeek seating chart and DraftKings website (inset: Jay Caseley)

    Investor Alvin Flaster signed a pair of tech tenants to more than 50,000 square feet of combined office space at 400 Lafayette Street, thus bringing the Noho property to full occupancy, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • Hogan Lovells NYC Office

    From left: Renderings of 55 Hudson Yards, Hogan Lovells CEO Emeritus Warren Gorrell and NGKF’s Mark Weiss

    Law firm Hogan Lovells is looking to move its New York City office west as it checks out space in Hudson Yards, most recently a 250,000-square-foot spread at 55 Hudson Yards, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • From left: an AdWeek cover, Worldwide Plaza and Peter Duncan

    From left: an AdWeek cover, Worldwide Plaza and Peter Duncan

    The publisher behind titles such as AdWeek, Billboard and Mediabistro.com is shrinking its Manhattan footprint with a move from a Midtown South tech hub to One Worldwide Plaza on the West Side. [more]

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  • Number-of-H-1B-applications-by-company-JLL-CBRE-C-W-DTZ-Colliers-Newmark-Studley_chartbuilder

    Commercial real estate brokerages like to disclose a lot of things: their biggest deals, their newest hires and photos from their posh events. One thing they always stay mum about is the wages they pay their employees. But thanks to a new tool for looking at federal immigration data, that veil of secrecy is showing some holes. [more]

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  • From left: Tess Jacoby of RKF, Haim Chera of Crown Acquisitions, Joshua Strauss of RKF and Stanley Chera of Crown Acquisitions at the Las Vegas Convention Center on Monday

    From left: Tess Jacoby of RKF, Haim Chera of Crown Acquisitions, Joshua Strauss of RKF and Stanley Chera of Crown Acquisitions at the Las Vegas Convention Center

    About 2,000 New York’s real estate professionals hit Las Vegas for the International Council of Shopping Centers’ 2015 RECon, held at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Photos and more from these parties after the jump.

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  • Newmark Grubb Knight Frank

    From left: Howard Lutnick and James Kuhn

    Newmark Grubb Knight Frank has entered an agreement to acquire real estate firm Excess Space Retail Services for an undisclosed amount, NGKF parent company BGC Partners announced Monday.

    Excess Space provides real estate disposition, lease restructuring and lease renewal services for retailers across the country. The firm currently advises clients on 35.6 million square feet of retail space in North America and has generated roughly $4 billion in cost savings, NGKF said in a release. [more]

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  • 28 Liberty Street

    28 Liberty Street and Fosun’s Guo Guangchang

    Chinese investment firm Fosun scored its first major tenant at its office building at 28 Liberty Street, formerly known as 1 Chase Manhattan Plaza.

    Ironshore, an insurer that Fosun acquired a 20 percent interest in last August, has signed on for 100,000 square feet at the 60-story, 2.2 million-square-foot building in the Financial District. [more]

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  • 1400 Broadway

    1400 Broadway and Anthony Malkin (Credit: Max Dworkin)

    Men’s Wearhouse has renewed and doubled its corporate office space at 1400 Broadway in Midtown.

    The retailer signed a 10-year lease with Empire State Realty Trust that adds 12,753 square feet to its space in the building, located between West 38th and 39th Streets. The renewal takes Men’s Wearhouse to more than 26,600 square feet on the 33rd and 34th floors at 1400 Broadway. [more]

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  • 287 Park Avenue South, Geoffrey Newman (top) and Mark Weiss

    287 Park Avenue South, Geoffrey Newman (top) and Mark Weiss

    When the United Charities Corporation decided to put its Park Avenue South home on the market about a year ago – a deal that eventually closed at $128 million – there was one significant catch.

    The 1893 landmarked building straddled two zoning districts, which left one half of the property overbuilt. [more]

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  • From left: 40 Worth Street and NYC gymnastics studio

    From left: 40 Worth Street and NYC gymnastics studio

    Gymnastics studio NYC Elite inked a lease to take up 25,000 square feet in Tribeca. [more]

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  • neuman

    1290 Sixth Avenue and Neuberger CEO George Walker

    Neuberger Berman hasn’t moved into its new Manhattan headquarters yet, but the investment firm is already expanding its new office.

    In total, the firm will occupy roughly 400,000 square feet at its new Sixth Avenue location. [more]

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  • Nation-33-Kahaner-Ogden

    From Left: Recent Nation cover, 33 Irving Place, Susan Kahaner and Jennifer Ogden

    The Nation, a progressive voice in the country for nearly 150 years, is facing a steep rent increase and may have to move to Lower Manhattan when its lease expires in 2016. [more]

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  • From left: 677 Fifth Avenue and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella

    From left: 677 Fifth Avenue and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella

    UPDATED, 9:25 a.m., Dec. 23: Microsoft’s retail lease taking several floors at 677 Fifth Avenue was the most expensive store deal signed in 2014, ranked by estimated annual rent, a survey by The Real Deal found.

    The computer hardware and software firm is paying an estimated $17 million at 677 Fifth Avenue, a seven-story building located between 53rd and 54th, owned by Kingsville Investments, several sources said. [more]

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  • Shakin’ a leg at ICSC: PHOTOS

    December 11, 2014 02:15PM
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    Clockwise from left: David Green and Andrew Herz; Joanne Podell; Jacqueline Klinger, David Firestein and Jason Pruger, Evan Roth and Brian Feil

    Nighttime parties add a bit of levity to the International Council of Shopping Centers’ New York National Deal Making conference. The Real Deal attended several, including Cushman & Wakefield’s Midtown fete at Gotham Hall at 1356 Broadway and Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s even bigger shindig at Tao Downtown at 92 Ninth Avenue in Chelsea. Both events were on December 8.

    Click here to see some of the highlights from both parties.

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  • From left: Jeffrey Roseman, Jaime Rionda and a Cinemex theater

    From left: Jeffrey Roseman, Jaime Rionda and a Cinemex theater

    A fast-growing, Mexico City-based movie theater chain called Cinemex wants to open more than a dozen locations in Manhattan and the outer boroughs over the next few years, a company representative told The Real Deal. [more]

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  • snapchat

    From left: Snapchat’s Evan Spiegel and 229 West 43rd Street (credit: Neoscape) (Inset: Snapchat logo)

    Snapchat pictures might self destruct after 10 seconds, but the company is here to stay. The startup, which was recently valued at approximately $10 billion, is now taking a shot at New York City. [more]

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  • Front-ICSC

    Clockwise from top left: Bradley Mendelson, Isaac Chera, Simon Ziff, Javits Center floor and David Green

    The Real Deal hit the floor today on the first day of the International Council of Shopping Center’s annual New York National Deal Making convention. Check out some of the key moments and players after the jump.

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  • 432-w-58-1

    432 West 58th Street in Midtown West and David Noonan

    The Mount Sinai Health System is asking $50 million for an 11-story Midtown West medical building that is being marketed as a development site. [more]

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