The company, which currently occupies 13,047 square feet at nearby 140 Broadway, will take 25,000 square feet on the 50th floor of 28 Liberty Street. The asking rent was $75 per square foot, the New York Post reported.
Broadway Technology, founded by Joshua Walsky and Tyler Moeller in 2003, recently raised $42 million from Long Ridge Equity Partners. Savills Studley’s Zev Holzman, Paul Revson and Brian Scharfman represented Broadway Technology in deal.
Fosun, a Chinese conglomerate, bought 28 Liberty for $725 million in 2013 and has been overhauling the 2.2 million-square-foot building. Celebrity chef Danny Meyer is opening a new restaurant on the 60th floor and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema signed a lease for a 10-screen, 40,000-square-foot multiplex.
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