Three leases signed at 250 West 55th Street

Firms to occupy a total of 23,265 SF at the office tower’s 16th floor

TRD New York /
Apr.April 20, 2014 09:00 AM

 Three firms have made deals to occupy a total of 23,265 square feet at the recently-built 250 West 55th Street.

Veracen Partners, RTW Investments & LifeSci Capital and Coltrane Asset Management have each signed leases for 11,263 square feet, 7,196 square feet and 4,806 square feet, respectively, at the nearly one million square-foot office property at Eighth Avenue. All three companies will occupy a portion of the 16th floor of the 38-story office tower.

This is Veracen’s first office in New York. RTW Investments & LifeSci Capital, a healthcare investment firm, is relocating from 1350 Avenue of the Americas. Coltrane is relocating from 10 East 53rd Street.

Christie Harle, Sam Seiler and Peter Turchin from CBRE Group represented landlord Boston Properties in all three deals. Pamela Parasugo of Howard Ecker represented Veracen, RTW by Oliver Petrovic of Studley and Coltrane by CBRE’s Arkady Smolyansky and Ben Friedland.

Asking rents were into the $90s per square foot. [NYO] —TRD

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