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Please forward this error screen to 104. Related, Prodigy shorewood investment management Properties and Mitsui Fudosan America have signed a trio of financial firms to their 55 Hudson Yards office tower, under construction and rising to its full scale of 780 feet high with a 1. Engineers Gate is moving from the General Motors Building, showing the kind of buildings tenants are leaving in Midtown. For good measure, Related also announced a retail lease with Maison Kayser, the French café, on 55 Hudson Yards’ ground floor.

Mastercard will be one of the few companies in Manhattan occupying a full building when it moves its technology hub to 150 Madison Ave. The credit giant will occupy all of the building’s 12 floors and 212K SF when it replaces the departing tenant, the former EMI music division, and its subtenants, like Business Insider. Spaces, the co-working concept from Dutch office services giant Regus, has signed its biggest deal ever in Brookfield’s Manhattan West. Spaces will open a 103K SF flagship at The Lofts, one of the four office buildings Brookfield is developing on the Far West Side, along with One, Two and Five Manhattan West. The building, at 424-432 West 33rd St.

In Hudson Square, a big advertising firm is bucking the trend of major office tenants moving to new offices. Omnicom Group has renewed its 200K SF lease at 200 Varick St. The building is owned by GFP Real Estate, formerly Newmark Holdings. Omnicom Group has about half of the space in the 410K SF, 12-story office tower. Knotel, one of the city’s most active office occupiers in 2017, is closing the year strong, announcing another 25K SF spread in Manhattan, this time at 400 Madison Ave. Knotel will take two full floors in the 22-story, 200K SF building, and part of a third. ASB Real Estate Investments, led by Robert Bellinger, owns the building and was represented by JLL.

The residential complex at 711 Seagirt Ave. 135M acquisition of the Sand Castle, a 916-unit, four-building residential complex in Far Rockaway, Queens. The buildings, which are interconnected and have an address at 711 Seagirt Ave. In addition to the apartments, the property comes with eight commercial units and a parking garage. Columbia Property Trust completed its purchase of the land underneath 149 Madison Ave. 127K SF Midtown office property, which it put under contract in March.

7M from the Schwalbe family, which ground-leased the building, a lease that is set to expire, alongside all the leases in the property, next month. The 100-room hotel at 85 West Broadway also includes a ground-floor restaurant, Little Park. Two years after it acquired 432 West 58th St. The buyer, RM 58 LLC, is registered to Rosemawr Management, a municipal investment adviser. Fosun Group, the Chinese owner of 28 Liberty, the rebranded and renovated former One Chase Manhattan Plaza, has refinanced its debt on the Financial District skyscraper.

445M in financing from Blackstone Real Estate Debt Strategies. The team landed the loan for 111 Murray St. 792-foot-tall luxury condo building close to the World Trade Center and Brookfield Place. Extell Development and Megalith Capital have secured financing for 36 West 66th St. 25-story condo tower on the Upper West Side.

The JV acquired the assemblage needed for the development in 2015 and filed permits to develop the nearly 300K SF property thereafter. ET: Korman Communities purchased the Smyth Hotel with partners Shorewood Real Estate Group and Prodigy Network. A previous version of this story did not include the partners in the deal. You are subscribed to the Bisnow New York E-Newsletter. We need you to be ok with our use of information like your general location or reading habits to personalize your experience, so we can suggest the right stories to read or events for you to attend. We need you to know that security is our top priority and that we hold any information we have about you under lock and key.

Just hit yes and continue on your way. Please forward this error screen to 104. Related, Oxford Properties and Mitsui Fudosan America have signed a trio of financial firms to their 55 Hudson Yards office tower, under construction and rising to its full scale of 780 feet high with a 1. Engineers Gate is moving from the General Motors Building, showing the kind of buildings tenants are leaving in Midtown. For good measure, Related also announced a retail lease with Maison Kayser, the French café, on 55 Hudson Yards’ ground floor. Mastercard will be one of the few companies in Manhattan occupying a full building when it moves its technology hub to 150 Madison Ave. The credit giant will occupy all of the building’s 12 floors and 212K SF when it replaces the departing tenant, the former EMI music division, and its subtenants, like Business Insider.

Spaces, the co-working concept from Dutch office services giant Regus, has signed its biggest deal ever in Brookfield’s Manhattan West. Spaces will open a 103K SF flagship at The Lofts, one of the four office buildings Brookfield is developing on the Far West Side, along with One, Two and Five Manhattan West. The building, at 424-432 West 33rd St. In Hudson Square, a big advertising firm is bucking the trend of major office tenants moving to new offices.