Design firm CallisonRTKL takes floor at Woolworth Building

Company signs for 28K sf

New York /
May.May 30, 2018 08:05 AM

A rendering of the penthouse at the Woolworth Building (Credit: Williams New York)

Design and architecture consultancy CallisonRTKL signed a lease for the entire 16th floor of the Woolworth Building.

The company would occupy about 28,100 square feet for 10 years at 233 Broadway, the New York Post reported. CallisonRTKL is relocating from two floors at 148 Lafayette Street.

The asking rent is $57.50 per square foot.

CallisonRTKL, which designs for companies including Nordstrom, was represented by Mitchell Konsker and David Dusek of JLL. The ownership group of Cammeby’s International and Witkoff was represented by Brian Siegel, David Ofman and Thomas Hettler of the Lawrence Group.

Designed by Cass Gilbert, the Woolworth was the world’s tallest building when it was completed in 1913. The top 30 floors are being converted to condominiums by Alchemy Properties. A penthouse at the building hit the market for $110 million last year. [NYP]Meenal Vamburkar


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