EisnerAmper signs 15-year lease at The Durst Org.’s 733 Third Ave. – 124,327 s/f

September 03, 2019 - Front Section

Manhattan, NY According to The Durst Org., EisnerAmper signed a 15-year lease for 124,327 s/f on the 6th through 9th and partial 10th floors of 733 Third Ave. Also included in the deal is 1,150 s/f on the building’s ground floor to serve as a private area entrance, lobby and hospitality area for Eisner employees and their guests and a 2,100 s/f outdoor terrace on the 7th floor.  The five office floors are accessible through an internal staircase.  

EisnerAmper was represented by chairman Neal Goldmacher, Executive managing director Robert Emden and managing director David Emden of Newmark Knight Frank. The Durst Org. was represented in-house by executive vice president Tom Bow and senior managing director Ashlea Aaron.

The space was previously occupied by Rodale and was leased to Eisner before Rodale’s lease expiration date. Eisner is relocating its headquarters from their offices across the street at 750 Third Ave. The Durst Organization’s 655 Third Ave., 205 East 42nd St., 675 Third Ave. and 733 Third Ave. have a combined vacancy rate of 2.8%.

733 Third Ave., on the southeast corner of Third Ave. and East 46th St., is LEED GOLD certified under LEED v4 Existing Buildings: Operations + Maintenance. The building is currently undergoing a comprehensive window replacement program. New windows will feature UV clear insulated glass to enhance views and promote natural light. Recently completed renovations include an updated lobby entrance and security turnstiles.

“We are thrilled to welcome EisnerAmper to their new headquarters at 733 Third Avenue,” said Jonathan Durst, president of The Durst Org. “We are able accommodate Eisner’s need for a large contiguous block of space that also includes an open staircase for increased mobility between floors as well as their own private street entrance. We are particularly pleased that we can convert one of our green roofs to a private terrace for our tenants to enjoy the outdoors at their offices.”

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