Reduced Pricing Sublease Opportunity in Trophy Asset

December 12, 2017

Lance Leighton

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New York State Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

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High-End Plaza District Sublease

601 Lexington Avenue is one of the rare trophy buildings located east of Park Avenue. Built in 1977, this 59-story asset, commonly referred to as the Citigroup Center- boasts some of the most remarkable views featuring all of Manhattan, Queens, and even parts of New Jersey. Institutional tenants include Citibank, Blackstone, Citadel, and Kirkland & Ellis as well as boutique financial firms such as Apax Partners, OrbiMed, and Siris Capital.

Freshfields, the UK based international law firm, has a unique 15,932 square foot sublet opportunity through June 2026 on the 55th Floor. With unobstructed postcard Central Park views, this space is ideal for private equity and financial services firms as well as hedge funds. The space features abundant infrastructure, including wiring and furniture. Available for occupancy in mid-to-late January 2018, there are no better long-term, high-end, plug and play values in the Plaza District priced under $100 per square foot.

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