SL Green signs law firm to 57K sf lease at 125 Park Ave.

TRD New York /
Oct.October 08, 2013 12:59 PM

SL Green Realty has signed commercial law firm Meister Seelig & Fein to 56,764 square feet at 125 Park Avenue. The law firm will take the seventh and eighth floors of the 26-story, 572,705-square-foot tower in a 15-year deal, SL Green announced today.

The company has “enjoyed a longstanding relationship with Stephen Meister and his colleagues at Meister Seelig, having worked on several important matters together,” SL Green’s director of leasing Steven Durels said in a release.

Meister Seelig was represented by Avison Young’s Jason Meister, who is Stephen Meister’s son. SL Green was represented by Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s David Falk, Brian Waterman, Peter Shimkin, Daniel Levine and Jonathan Tootell. The firm will move from 2 Grand Central Tower at 140 East 45th Street.

In June, Internet radio provider Pandora Media inked a 52,450-square-foot lease at the building, as The Real Deal reported.  — Hiten Samtani


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