Headhunting firm takes 26,500 sf at 622 Third Avenue

Michael Page International will occupy the 29th floor of the Cohen Brothers building

TRD New York /
Oct.October 01, 2015 09:00 AM

Employee recruiter Michael Page International is leaving its Chrysler Building digs and moving a few blocks away, to Grand Central Plaza.

Michael Page signed a lease to take 26,500 square feet at Cohen Brothers Realty’s 39-story 622 Third Avenue.

The company will occupy the 29th floor of the building for a period of at least 11 years. Asking rent for the space was $66 per square foot.

Michael Page current makes its home in a 20,000-square-foot space at the Crysler Building.




Behind the story:

Cohen Brothers Realty

622 Third Avenue

Marc Horowitz of Cohen Brothers and Eric Ferriello, David Glassman, Robert Tunis and Joseph Cabrera of Colliers International represented the landlord. Simon Landsman and Giorgio Versea, then with DTZ, represented Michael Page, the New York Observer reported.

Another employment firm, Monster.com, took 30,000 square feet at 622 Third Avenue last November. [NYO] – Ariel Stulberg


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