Rudin signs tax law firm to 27K sf in Midtown West

Roberts & Holland takes full floor at 1675 Broadway

New York /
Jan.January 05, 2017 09:11 AM

Tax law firm Roberts & Holland signed a lease for 27,000 square feet at Rudin Management’s 1675 Broadway in Midtown West.

The firm took the whole 17th floor at the 35-story, 850,000-square-foot tower between West 52nd and 53rd streets, the Commercial Observer reported.

The asking rent was $75 per square foot in the 15-year deal.

Rudin in recent years has been filling space in the building, signing tenants like financial firm Bankrate to more than 24,000 square feet.

The signing of Roberts & Holland “shows that Midtown West is still a strong market,” company CEO William Rudin said.

Rudin added that the property, which is located a few blocks from the Q train subway station, should become more appealing with the opening of the Second Avenue subway.

Roberts & Holland will be relocating from Worldwide Plaza on Eighth Avenue, where it occupies 30,716 square feet, according to CoStar.

Lewis Miller, Andrew Sussman, Brad Needleman and Ariel Ball of CBRE represented the law firm, while Robert Steinman of Rudin Management negotiated on behalf of the owner in-house. [CO]Rich Bockmann


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
Rudin Management’s Michael Rudin and Industrious’ Justin Stewart with 32 Sixth Avenue in Tribeca (Rudin, Industrious, Google Maps)
Rudin teams up with Industrious for flex-office play
Rudin teams up with Industrious for flex-office play
Rudin Management CEO Bill Rudin and 3 Times Square (Getty, FXCollaborative)
Rudin taps Cushman to market 3 Times Square, plans makeover
Rudin taps Cushman to market 3 Times Square, plans makeover
345 Park Avenue and Blackstone President Jonathan Gray (Google Maps, Twitter)
Blackstone expands Manhattan HQ
Blackstone expands Manhattan HQ
Rudin Management's Bill Rudin, 1675 Broadway and Gannett CEO Mike Reed (Getty, Google Maps, Gannett)
Gannett to move its NYC office two blocks north
Gannett to move its NYC office two blocks north
Only 9 percent of workers had returned to Midtown and 8 percent to Downtown. (iStock)
Where is everybody? City workers still home
Where is everybody? City workers still home
The Real Deal's Hiten Samtani and Rudin Management CEO Bill Rudin
The REInterview: Bill Rudin on remote work, property taxes and the future of tech leasing in NYC
The REInterview: Bill Rudin on remote work, property taxes and the future of tech leasing in NYC
“5 years ago, people would say, what’s a TikTok?” Bill Rudin on why NYC’s office market may be more resilient than you think
“5 years ago, people would say, what’s a TikTok?” Bill Rudin on why NYC’s office market may be more resilient than you think
“5 years ago, people would say, what’s a TikTok?” Bill Rudin on why NYC’s office market may be more resilient than you think
Stagnant water in office buildings may pose risk to returning workers (iStock; CDC)
Empty office buildings may give rise to other health risks
Empty office buildings may give rise to other health risks
arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...