Cresa NY's Roundell Arranges Lease for Seele Inc. at 24 West 40th Street
Cresa NY Managing Partner Jane Roundell with Senior Advisor Francesca Marrone have arranged a lease for seele, Inc., an international company specializing in glass façade and roof construction, at 24 West 40th Street. The German-based company, which is responsible for such significant structures in New York as the glass cube at the Apple Fifth Avenue store, the glass canopies gracing the entrances at Lincoln Center, and the undulating roof that will crown the Moynihan Train Hall, is taking the entire 12th floor of the building, with approximately 4,500 square feet.
“THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONAL, SUNDRENCHED SPACE WITH STUNNING VIEWS OF BRYANT PARK,” POINTS OUT MS. ROUNDELL. “THE NEW OFFICE IS NEARLY DOUBLE THE SIZE OF THE FIRM’S CURRENT SPACE AND WITH THE ADDED BENEFIT OF CONVENIENT TRANSPORTATION ACCESS AND A FULL-FLOOR PRESENCE.”
Ms. Roundell and Ms. Marrone represented seele, Inc., which will be relocating from 259 West 30th Street in April 2018. The brokers for landlord Harbor Group International included Erik Harris and Zachary Weil of Newmark Knight Frank.