TV Guide takes space in Bank of America’s 50 Rock

New York /
Feb.February 03, 2014 05:22 PM

Bank of America is leasing its 14th-floor space at 50 Rockefeller Plaza to TV Guide.

TV Guide has agreed to a seven-year deal, paying rent in the mid-$40s per square foot, for the full 18,284-square-foot spread, according to CompStak data cited by the New York Observer. The spot is one of two in the building alotted for the bank, which is landlord Tishman Speyer property’s largest tenant.

“This is a floor Bank of America identified as excess space,” Cynthia Wasserberger of Jones Lang LaSalle, who represented the bank in the deal along with Alexis Tener Petrus and Mitchell Konsker, told the New York Observer. “It is a fully furnished, modern installation. It’s ‘plug and play’.”

The space boasts 16 windowed offices, three conference rooms and an open plan with views of Rockefeller Center’s skating rink, according to the Observer. TV Guide is relocating from 11 West 42nd Street. [NYO] Julie Strickland


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