November 14, 2017

Empire State Realty Trust Renews 56,000 Sq. Ft. at First Stamford Place

NEW YORK CITY, November 14, 2017 – Empire State Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: ESRT) has renewed three tenant leases for 56,000 square feet at First Stamford Place during the third quarter, as noted below:

• Crane Co. renewed 32,800 sq. ft. at 100-300 First Stamford Place in Stamford. Tenant broker: Stephen F. Baker of Cushman & Wakefield.
• MKM Partners renewed 14,700 sq. ft. at 300 First Stamford Place in Stamford. Tenant broker: Brian Carcaterra of CBRE.
• Newbury Partners renewed 8,500 sq. ft. at 100 First Stamford Place in Stamford. Tenant broker: Stephen F. Baker of Cushman & Wakefield.

“Our tenants love to call First Stamford Place home, as they appreciate our proximity to mass transit, quality services, and campus amenities,” said Jeffrey H. Newman, Senior Vice President of ESRT. “ESRT is thrilled to continue and grow these valuable relationships.”

Mr. Newman represented ESRT in the above transactions, along with Assistant Vice President Kimberly Zaccagnino and Senior Leasing Associate Tara Long.

About Empire State Realty Trust
Empire State Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: ESRT), a leading real estate investment trust (REIT), owns, manages, operates, acquires and repositions office and retail properties in Manhattan and the greater New York metropolitan area, including the Empire State Building, the world’s most famous building. Headquartered in New York, New York, the Company’s office and retail portfolio covers 10.1 million rentable square feet, as of June 30, 2017, consisting of 9.4 million rentable square feet in 14 office properties, including nine in Manhattan, three in Fairfield County, Connecticut, and two in Westchester County, New York; and approximately 700,000 rentable square feet in the retail portfolio.

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