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  • Regus inks 23K sf deal in Chelsea

    May 08, 2015 04:25PM
    Mark Dixon and 112 West 20th Street

    Mark Dixon and 112 West 20th Street

    Adding to its dominance of the shared office-space market, Regus has inked a deal with the Kaufman Organization for a 23,000 square-foot-space in Chelsea.

    Regus signed a 10-year lease for the full sixth floor at the landlord’s building at 112 West 20th Street. [more]

  • Oxford Co-CEO Adam Mahfouda, Regus business lounge interior, Regus CEO Mark Dixon

    Oxford Co-CEO Adam Mahfouda, Regus business lounge interior, Regus CEO Mark Dixon

    Agents at the residential brokerage Oxford Property Group are going to have an easier time doing business across the city, thanks to a new agreement with flexible workplace provider the Regus Group, according to an Oxford press release. [more]

  • Regus signs World Financial Center lease

    February 05, 2013 06:00PM

    World Financial Center

    Office owner giant Regus has signed a 40,000-square-foot lease encompassing the entire 24th floor of Brookfield Properties’ 3 World Financial Center, Crain’s reported. Regus will pay rents in the mid-$50s for the 10-year lease. Regus, which has 10 other locations around the city, including space at 254 Park Avenue, is also owned by Brookfield. [more]

  • From left: 245 Park Avenue, 444 Madison Avenue and 292 Madison Avenue

    With so much of Lower Manhattan’s office space dismantled by Hurricane Sandy, businesses in need of temporary office space fast are shrugging custom built, for “prebuilt” spaces, the Wall Street Journal reported.

    Like a furnished apartment, prebuilt offices come with Wifi, phones, printers, desks and even coffee all ready to go. A two-person prebuilt office rents for approximately $1,500 per month, according to the Journal. [more]

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    Clockwise from top left: Andrew Singer of the Singer & Bassuk Organization, 77 Water Street and Kathleen McSharry of the Singer & Bassuk Organization
    The 26-story office building 77 Water Street in Lower Manhattan, which is net-leased in its entirety by financial giant Goldman Sachs, was refinanced with a $45 million loan from AXA-Equitable.

    The loan was arranged by the Singer & Bassuk Organization on behalf of the building’s owners, the William Kaufman Organization and Travelers Insurance, according to a statement from Singer & Bassuk. The refinancing on the 600,000-square-foot building, located between Gouverneur Lane and William Street, closed Oct. 21, according to Singer & Bassuk CEO Andrew Singer, who negotiated the deal with
    senior managing director Kathleen McSharry. — Adam Pincus[more]