NEW YORK CITY, January 3, 2018 – Empire State Realty Trust (NYSE: ESRT) has signed a 12,700 sq. ft. full-floor office lease with Hoguet Newman Regal & Kenney, LLP at One Grand Central Place.
“Hoguet was drawn to OGCP’s location, convenient in-building access to Grand Central Terminal and five subway lines, as well as the expansive views from their 48th floor offices,” said Thomas P. Durels, Executive Vice President and Director of Leasing and Operations for ESRT. “Tenants enjoy in-building amenities including a new tenant-only conference center and dining options that consist of Pera Mediterranean Brasserie, Blue Bottle Coffee, and 6B.”
Hoguet Newman Regal & Kenney, LLP is a litigation-focused law firm, and is certified by the State of New York and the City of New York as a Women-Owned Business Enterprise and, according to the New York Law Journal, ranked the fourth largest certified women-owned law firm in the State of New York as of 2016.
Stephen P. Gordon of Newmark Knight Frank represented Hoguet in the lease negotiations. Julie Christiano and Lindsay Godard represented ESRT in the above transaction, along with William Cohen, Brittany Silver and Jamie Jacobs of Newmark Knight Frank.
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 September 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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