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Lower Manhattan Office Tower Hits 100% Occupancy

The 14-story building at 255 Greenwich St. in Lower Manhattan is now 100% occupied. The City of New York filled the last available office space when finalizing a lease for an additional 10,130 square feet for its Office of Management and Budget. With that addition, the City now occupies more than a third of the space in the 625,000-square-foot high-rise.

“We are thrilled to continue to expand upon our partnership with the City,” said Dennis Brady, executive managing director of leasing for Jack Resnick & Sons, the owner of the building, which it developed in 1986.

Renewals are coming up at the building. Resnick is marketing roughly 80,000 square feet of space at $60 per square foot.

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