Neugeboren and Goetz of Savitt Partners negotiate three leases at 530 Seventh Ave.

January 21, 2020 - Front Section

Manhattan, NY According to Savitt Partners, three new TAMI tenants have committed to leases at 530 Seventh Ave., the Fashion District’s main hub for office, technology and creative media tenants.  The 490,000 s/f Midtown office property has a 70% office tenancy. The Savitt Partners team of Brian Neugeboren and Nicole Goetz negotiated on behalf of the ownership. The leases are:

• Tubi will occupy 2,200 s/f on the 28th floor for its U.S. headquarters. 

• Delta Connects signed a 1,700 s/f lease. The firm will relocate from co-working space in the Penn Station.

• Fantasy sports platform Boom Fantasy committed to 1,700 s/f direct lease for office space. Boom Fantasy previously occupied space at 530 Seventh Ave. via a sublease. 

“530 Seventh Ave. continues to attract office tenants due to its ideal combination of a superior location and first-rate package of amenities, including the unique opportunity to entertain at the Skylark Rooftop lounge and utilize the state-of-the-art conference rooms at Space 530,” said Goetz.

Built in 1930, 530 Seventh Ave. has been updated with wood and concrete floors and loft-like ceilings. The property is also home to The Skylark, a cocktail lounge for entertaining, and Space 530, a full service co-working environment. The building is Wired Certified Platinum. A Wired Certified building offers tenants choice of multiple high-speed broadband providers and features an innovative and cutting-edge telecommunications system.

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