Hudson Yards is slowly but surely turning into Vulture Village

Stonepeak Infrastructure inks 30K sf lease

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Feb.February 07, 2018 09:35 AM

55 Hudson Yards

There’s no stopping the private equity bone pickers from gobbling up space in Hudson Yards. Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners inked a 30,000-square-foot lease at 55 Hudson Yards — the latest addition to a growing cluster of leveraged buyout and hedge funds on the Far West Side.

The company will occupy the 48th floor of the 1.4-million-square-foot tower, which is currently under construction, the New York Post reported. CBRE represented the tenant.

Steve Cohen’s investment firm Point72 Asset Management and Dan Loeb’s hedge fund Third Point are also moving to the tower.  Asset manager BlackRock is moving next door to 50 Hudson Yards.

Mitsui Fudosan America owns a 92.9 percent stake in the tower, which it is developing with Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group. [NYP]Konrad Putzier


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