The Carlyle Group signs on for 94K sf at One Vanderbilt

The global asset manager is taking three floors at the new tower

TRD New York /
Jul.July 31, 2018 06:14 PM

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

The Carlyle Group is the latest tenant set to move into One Vanderbilt once the officer tower opens in 2020.

The global asset manager signed a 15-year lease for 94,000 square feet on floors 36 to 38, the company announced Tuesday. Landlord SL Green Realty said the building, which is bordered by Madison and Vanderbilt avenues, between East 43rd and 42nd street, is now 37 percent leased.

Carlyle will join other international companies in the building, including German financial firms DZ and DVB Banks, law firm Greenberg Traurig and TD Bank. In April, SL Green announced that Chicago law firm McDermott Will & Emery was also moving in to a 106,000 square foot space.

One Vanderbilt, which is under construction, will stand at 1,400 feet when completed.

Elsewhere, SL Green recently pre-filed permits for a 35-story apartment building in at 185 Broadway in the Financial District. —David Jeans


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