Published On: Thu, Apr 30th, 2015

IBM Now Has 400 K Square Feet at Miskoff’s 51 Astor Place

The soon to open new building is now fully leased.


51 astor place
IBM has just signed for an additional 25, 401 square feet of space at Edward J. Minskoff Equities’ 51 Astor Place in Manhattan, leaving the building now fully occupied. This brings the total amount of office space leased there by IBM to 143, 836 square feet.

The building holds a total of 400, 000 square feet of space over 12 stories. It has an energy efficient structural steel frame with concrete slabs and a structurally glazed glass and aluminum curtain wall.

There is a private green roof on the fifth floor and a tenant accessible green roof on the 13th floor.

It was designed by the prize winning architect Fumihiko Machi of Maki and Associates.

Minskoff was represented by JLL’s Paul Glickman, Cynthia Wasserberger, Peter Riguardi, Mitchell Konsker and Harley Dalton. Mr. Glickman said, “Edward J. Minskoff had a vision for an architecturally distinct, state-of-the-art building that would attract elite office tenants. The completion of this leasing effort and the quality of the tenants that have embraced the building validate Minskoff’s vision for 51 Astor.”

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