Infor expands at SL Green’s 635-641 Sixth Avenue

TRD New York /
Nov.November 14, 2013 11:05 AM

Business software provider Infor is doubling its space at SL Green’s 635-641 Sixth Avenue after a year.

Infor has agreed to expand to 92,246 square feet in the Chelsea building, at 19th Street, where asking rents range from the high $70s to the high $90s  per square foot. Renovations of the company’s space will coincide with SL Green’s work to combine the two properties by early next year.

Cushman & Wakefield brokers Ethan Silverstein, Doron Etzioni and Mark Mandell represented the tenant, while Jones Lang LaSalle brokers Benjamin Bass, Jonathan Fanuzzi, Diana Biasotti and Paul Glickman represented the landlord.

SL Green announced in October that it paid $173 million, or $648 per square foot, for the properties. The building at 635 Sixth Avenue totals 104,000 square feet and was previously occupied by Apex Technical School, while 641 Sixth Avenue has a total of 163,000 square feet and boasts tenants such as Google, as previously reported. [NYO]Mark Maurer

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