Insurer takes 40K sf at 111 West 33rd Street

Asking rent at the Empire State Realty Trust's building is $66 per sf

New York /
Nov.November 21, 2018 09:00 AM

Empire State Realty Trust’s Anthony Malkin and 111 West 33rd Street (Credit: Getty Images)

A hospital insurance firm has inked a lease to take an entire floor at 111 West 33rd Street.

FOJP Service Corp, a medical risk insurer, took a 42,000 square foot space on the eighth floor of the Empire State Realty Trust-owned 26-story building, according to the New York Post.  The asking rent was $66 a square foot.

The real estate investment trust moved its own headquarters into the building after it revamped the lobby, and last year, high-end fashion retailer Intermix signed an 81,000-square-foot office lease at the building.

In September, ESRT signed Signature Bank to a 91,000-square-foot space at 1400 Broadway in the Garment District. [NYP] — David Jeans 


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