Financial services firm relocating to SL Green’s Tower 46

XP Securities will leave its offices at 5 Bryant Park

New York /
Nov.November 14, 2018 10:50 AM

SL Green’s Steven Durels and 55 West 46th Street (Credit: SL Green and SOM)

SL Green Realty has secured another tenant for its Tower 46.

XP Securities, a financial services firm, will move into a 22,500-square-foot space at the Midtown building at 55 West 46th Street, according to Commercial Observer.

The new offices on the 29th floor are triple the size of its current space at Savanna’s 5 Bryant Park. The asking rent for the XP Securities deal was reportedly $88 a square foot.

SL Green secured two other tenants to identical 22,500 square foot floor plates in June, signing TravelClick, a hotel industry software provider, and an investment firm, Millburn Ridgefield Corporation. Comcast, law firm Nixon Peabody and investment firm Fir Tree Partners also have offices in the building.

The real estate investment trust last year landed a $195 million deal to refinance a loan on the Midtown tower, which replaced an existing $190 million loan from Wells Fargo. [CO] — David Jeans


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