Elliman moves to bigger Cobble Hill digs

TRD New York /
Feb.February 17, 2012 04:00 PM

Prudential Douglas Elliman Has Inked A Lease For A New Space Down The Street from it’s current space in the Cobble Hill area of Brooklyn, Crain’s reported.

The brokerage will move a half dozen blocks down the street to a 1,500-square-foot building that is currently a Chinese restaurant at 327 Court Street, at the corner of Sackett Street. The new office will be large enough to accomodate 50 brokers, Camille Logan, executive vice president and director of sales at Elliman, told Crain’s. Elliman will be in the space by April, Crain’s said. They will close the current office at 189 Court Street.

Eric Altschul and Ryan Condren of CPEX represented the landlord, whose identity was not disclosed. They indicated that the taking rent for the five-year deal was close to the $7,500 per month asking rent. [Crain’s]


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