E-commerce company inks pricey deal at Vornado’s High Line office space

Next Jump takes big lease at Vornado’s High Line office project

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Dec.December 11, 2019 05:44 PM
Steve Roth and 512 West 22nd Street (Credit: Getty Images)

Steve Roth and 512 West 22nd Street (Credit: Getty Images)

Loyalty-rewards company Next Jump inked a pricey lease at Vornado Realty Trust’s boutique office development on the High Line.

The company completed a deal to take 41,300 square feet at 512 West 22nd Street, Crain’s reported. Next Jump is paying nearly $160 per square foot for the space across the 11-story building’s top three floors, according to Crain’s.

Vornado co-developed the 172,000-square-foot building in partnership with the Olayan Group and the Albanese Organization.

Earlier this year, WarnerMedia signed a lease for 20,000 square feet at the property. [Crain’s] – Rich Bockmann


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