The firm added another 12,283 square feet to its current 12,283-square-foot lease on the 21st and 22nd floors of 360 Madison Avenue. However, the firm also subleases another 12,283 square feet in the building, giving it a total occupancy of 36,849 square feet, according to the New York Observer.
“Mitch [Kunikoff] and I first put Seaport in 4,000 square feet about 14 years ago,” Dennis Someck, a principal and executive managing director of Lee NYC, said in a statement.
Someck and Kunikoff, also a principal and executive managing director, represented the tenant in the transaction. The landlord, Stawski Partners, was represented by a CBRE team consisting of Edward Goldman and Derrick Ades. Asking rents on 360 Madison’s upper floors are upwards of $85 per square foot. [NYO] —Christopher Cameron