There’s no place like home: law firm renews longtime office at 120 Broadway

Emmet, Marvin & Martin is renewing 53K sf lease at building

TRD New York /
Sep.September 14, 2018 11:35 AM

Equitable Building at 120 Broadway (Credit: LoopNet and Wikipedia)

The real estate law firm Emmet, Marvin & Martin is renewing its lease for 53,000 square feet at 120 Broadway.

The firm has signed a 15-year lease to keep the 32nd floor of the 40-story Silverstein Properties building, which is also known as the Equitable Building, according to Commercial Observer. Asking rents in the building are generally in the mid-$50s per square foot, but the rent for Emmet, Marvin & Martin’s renewal was unclear.

The law firm has spent more than two decades at 120 Broadway.

Cushman & Wakefield’s Michael Norris, Nicholas Dysenchuk and Robert Lowe brokered the deal for the law firm, while Silverstein handled the deal in-house.

Other tenants in the building include Macmillan Publishers, architecture firm Beyer Blinder Belle and the New York City Department of City Planning. [CO] – Eddie Small


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