Olsen twins’ clothing company takes West Village office space

New York /
Apr.April 24, 2012 12:00 PM

It won’t be a full house, so to speak, but it will be enough. The Row, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen’s clothing company, will occupy approximately 32,000 square feet of space at 609 Greenwich Street in the West Village, the New York Observer reported. The space encompasses the building’s entire second and third floors.

Centaur Properties owns the building, as well as several properties in Midtown South.

The building lies on the periphery of Hudson Square, according to the Observer, where asking rents range from the mid $40s to the low $50s per square foot. A leasing team from Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented the building, the Observer said.

As The Real Deal reported in the April issue, Centaur CEO Harlan Berger plans to display artwork inside 609 Greenwich Street made by artists who attend Burning Man, an annual art event and temporary community erected in the Nevada desert. [NYO]


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