Cahill Gordon finalizes 200K sf lease at RXR’s 32 Old Slip

Law firm is relocating from Rudin Management’s 80 Pine Street

TRD New York /
Oct.October 19, 2018 08:00 AM

RXR Realty CEO Scott Rechler and 32 Old Slip (Credit: Getty Images and RXR Realty)

Law firm Cahill Gordon & Reindel signed a lease for more than 200,000 square feet at RXR Realty’s 32 Old Slip, one of the biggest lease deals inked in Downtown this year.

The company signed a 20-year deal for floors 17 through 22 at the 36-story tower, Commercial Observer reported.

Asking rent in the deal was $60 per square foot, according to RXR.

Cahill Gordon is relocating from Rudin Management’s 80 Pine Street.

CBRE’s Bob Alexander negotiated the deal on behalf of the landlord with colleagues Ryan Alexander, Michael Affronti, Zachary Price and Gerry Miovski – as well as RXR’s in-house team of William Elder and Daniel Birney.

Newmark Knight Frank‘s Moshe Sukenik, Chris Mongeluzo, Eric Zemachson and Tamar Moy represented Cahill Gordon. [CO] – Rich Bockmann


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