The software company 10gen is on the move from the historic, tech industry-heavy 568 Broadway to the former New York Times building at 229 West 43rd Street.
The LEED for Core and Shell Gold 148 Lafayette Street – which dates from 1913 – has been sold to the real estate investment firm EPIC for approximately $850 per square foot.
While observers have touted Midtown South’s emerging “Silicon Alley” as the place to be for technology tenants, four home-grown NYC start-ups have quietly collected 110,000 square feet at this historic, George Post-designed property at Prince Street.
The Kushner Companies and Los Angeles-based CIM Group recently closed on the $50 million acquisition of 200 Lafayette Street and will reposition the historic 7-story property as a Class A, LEED-certified SoHo office building.
REI’s new 35,000-square-foot SoHo store is the Washington-based outdoor clothing chain’s first in New York City and one of the most interesting and accessible green building projects that you’ll come across anywhere in Manhattan- even if you’re not the hiking, biking, or climbing type.