RFR Realty’s 17 State Street in the Financial District has signed three new tenants: an insurance company and two investment firms.
National Liability & Fire Insurance Company grabbed 8,511 square feet on the 22nd floor; Hale Capital Management took 3,898 square feet on the 32nd floor; and Charlestown Capital Advisors took 2,000 square feet on the 38th floor, the New York Observer reported.
Asking rents at the 42-story, 540,000-square-foot building, which was designed by Emery Roth & Sons in the 1980s, are nearly $60 per square foot.
John Barry of Richards Barry Joyce & Partners and Michael Shakespeare of Colliers International represented National Liability & Fire Insurance. Cushman & Wakefield’s Jonathan Luttwak and Willard Overlock handled the deal for Hale. Interactive Properties broker Michael Elkin represented Charleston. Ryan Silverman and AJ Camhi represented Aby Rosen-led RFR in-house, the Observer said.