Manhattan, NY According to Newmark Knight Frank (NKF), co-working concept Knotel has leased the entire second floor at 36 West 14th St., owned by The New School. The company will occupy 36,500 s/f with a dedicated street entrance from West 14th St. between Fifth and Sixth Aves., formerly occupied by New York Sports Club. NKF vice chairmen Jeffrey Roseman and William Cohen represented The New School, while Michael Morris, executive managing director, and Gregory DiGioia, associate, represented Knotel.
“14th St. continues to be one of the best value streets in New York City,” said Roseman, a leader with NKF’s Retail practice who previously executed deals on 14th St. with Urban Outfitters, TD Bank, The Guitar Center, and most recently CVS at the New School’s Skidmore Owings & Merrill designed University Center. “We are pleased to have assisted The New School again in securing a great amenity to the building and the surrounding community. The space provides Knotel with a rare branding opportunity featuring prominent exterior signage and its own private entrance.”