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Cloudflare Makes Move to Midtown South

Cloudflare has signed a lease for 7,000-plus square feet on two floors at 251 W. 30th St. in Midtown South, including the entire 4,799-square-foot 16th floor. The internet service provider will relocate from 33 Irving Pl.

Representing ownership were EVP/leasing John Monaco of HSP Real Estate Group, and NKF’s William Cohen and Jared Winter. JLL’s Sam Seiler represented San Francisco-based Cloudflare.

“Having a world-renowned internet giant join our tenant mix is a direct reflection of building’s evolving profile,” said Monaco. “Whether it was the proximity to Penn Station and Hudson Yards, or open, buildable floors surrounded by unobstructed views, this is clearly a desirable location for Internet-based businesses and related service providers.”

Among the more recent additions to the tenant roster at 251 W. 30th have been Jupiter Intelligence, Primar, and global architecture firm Greenberg Farrow. The 16-story prewar building was acquired by HSP and Marciano Investment Group in 2016.

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