Bank of America to lease all of 1100 Sixth

Banking giant will take all 386K sf at Midtown building

TRD NEW YORK /
Dec.December 26, 2017 09:00 AM

1100 Sixth Avenue and Bank of America’s Brian Moynihan

Bank of America will lease the entire 386,000-square-foot building at 1110 Sixth Avenue, consolidating several offices around the city.

The banking giant and Brookfield Property Partners struck the lease deal on Christmas Eve, which will see the Charlotte-based bank move into 1100 Sixth Avenue in 2019, when current tenant HBO moves into 30 Hudson Yards, the New York Post reported.

Bank of America will hold on to its Manhattan headquarters across the street at One Bryant Park, but will likely consolidate its various offices like Rockefeller Center and the GM Building.

Brookfield and Swig Company bought the leasehold at 1100 Sixth earlier this year from the Nickerson family. The leasehold owners plan to redevelop the property. [NYP]James Kleimann


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