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  • himmel

    Leslie Himmel (credit: STUDIO SCRIVO) and 1114 First Avenue

    Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center signed a nine-year lease expanding its space at Himmel + Meringoff’s eight-story Upper East Side building at 1114 First Avenue to now occupy the total office space there.

    The hospital is taking 11,104 additional square feet for non-medical offices, giving it 38,864 square feet in total. The 5,500-square-foot, ground-floor retail space is leased to Hartstrings, a subsidiary of children’s apparel distributor Parigi Group. [more]

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  • harley

    686 Lexington Avenue, Stephen Meringoff and Harley Davidson logo (credit: Drago Art)

    UPDATED, 10:21 a.m., May 14: Flatiron District-based private real estate investment firm Himmel + Meringoff Properties sold a Midtown East commercial building that houses a Harley Davidson motorcycle accessories store, according to property records filed with the city today. [more]

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  • From left: Neil Nguyen, chief executive of Sizmek and 401 Park Avenue South

    From left: Neil Nguyen, chief executive of Sizmek and 401 Park Avenue South

    Multinational digital ad agency Sizmek, a subsidiary of Digital Generation, inked a 21,100-square-foot lease for the entire fifth floor of Himmel + Meringoff Properties’ 401 Park Avenue South, on the corner of East 28th Street in Midtown South.

    The lease reportedly marks the end of a marketing push to fill 150,000 square feet in the roughly 200,000-square-foot building. [more]

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  • wework

    From left: 401 Park Avenue South, Stephen Meringoff and WeWork space

    Not long after WeWork CEO Adam Neumann bought a Greenwich Village townhouse, his company, the up-and-coming collaborative workspace provider, signed a 63,300-square-foot lease at Himmel + Meringoff Properties’ 401 Park Avenue South, its first Midtown South outpost. [more]

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  • Dennis Stattman, Stephen Meringoff and the One Beekman Place pad

    Dennis Stattman, Stephen Meringoff and the One Beekman Place pad

    Dennis Stattman, a portfolio manager and the head of private equity giant Blackrock’s global allocation team, has snapped up a maisonette apartment from real estate investor Stephen Meringoff and his wife Joanna for $8 million, according to public records filed with the city today. [more]

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  • Midtown South building trades for $57.5M

    February 01, 2013 10:00AM

    From left: Stephen Meringoff, 158 West 27th Street and Leslie Himmel

    Two real estate investors who picked up a 116,000-square-foot building at 158 West 27th Street for $25 million in 2010 have more than doubled their money, selling the Midtown South property for $57.5 million, Crain’s reported. Stephen Meringoff and Leslie Himmel sold the building to Emmes Asset Management. Adam Spies and Doug Harmon of Eastdil Secured—the same pair who handled the Chetrit Group’s $1.1 billion purchase of the Sony Tower—brokered the deal. Meringoff and Himmel acquired the building in 2010 by assuming the building’s distressed debt and forcing a takeover. … [more]

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  • From left: Stephen Meringoff, the Verona and Sotheby's Roger Erickson

    A little aggressive brokering can go a long way. Consider the $21 million deal recently struck by Sotheby’s International Realty broker Roger Erickson at the Verona on East 64th Street. According to the New York Times, Erickson had clients who lived in the Verona that wanted a larger apartment in the building; since none were on the market he sent letters to each of the owners in the 10-story co-op to see whether they were interested in selling.

    “If you had asked me six months ago if I was going to sell my apartment, I would have said, ‘No way,’ ” Jonathan Sobel, who ultimately unloaded the apartment in which he had resided for 10 years, told the New York Times. [more]

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  • Although developers Larry Silverstein and Harry Macklowe headlined the impressive list of speakers at Massey Knakal’s Commercial Real Estate Investment today, it was developer Sharif El-Gamal who jazzed up the audience at the second-floor auditorium in the McGraw-Hill Building in Midtown.

    Speaking as part of a panel that included Brookfield Properties CEO Richard Clark, George Comfort & Sons CEO Peter Duncan and Himmel + Meringoff Properties’ managing partner Stephen Meningoff, El-Gamal talked about his company’s competitive advantages. … [more]

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