Carlyle Group mulls space at One Vanderbilt

Firm is considering four floors in the tower

TRD New York /
Oct.October 24, 2017 08:30 AM

Rendering of One Vanderbilt and Marc Holliday (Credit: SL Green)

Global investment firm Carlyle Group is in talks for four floors at SL Green Realty’s One Vanderbilt.

The firm is the latest tenant to consider taking space at the 1.7 million-square-foot office tower, the New York Post reported. Management consulting firm McKinsey & Co. is also reportedly looking at 250,000 square feet at the project.

Germany’s DZ Bank and DVB Bank recently inked a lease for 35,500 square feet on the 26th floor. The bank was the first office tenant to sign on to the building since TD Bank, which inked a long-term lease as One Vanderbilt’s anchor tenant in 2014.

In April, chef Daniel Boulud agreed to open a restaurant on the tower’s second floor. The restaurant will span 11,000 square feet, and Boulud will invest in the project rather than signing a traditional lease. [NYP] — Kathryn Brenzel


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