Empire State Realty Trust Welcomes FOJP Service Corporation at 111 West 33rd Street
New York, NY, November 21, 2018 – Empire State Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: ESRT) announced today that it has signed FOJP Service Corporation to a new lease at 111 West 33rd Street.
FOJP Service Corporation, a company that provides comprehensive insurance and risk management advisory services to a group of major hospitals, long-term care facilities, and social service agencies, has signed a full-floor lease for 41,836 sq. ft. for its headquarters on the 8th floor of 111 West 33rd Street.
“We’ve attracted a great roster of tenants at 111 West 33rd Street”, said Thomas P. Durels, Executive Vice President, Real Estate, for ESRT. “Fully modernized with a new lobby and building entrances, 111 West 33rd Street offers fantastic light, efficient floor plates and great access to mass transportation.”
Mark Weiss, Robert Baraf, Gary Ceder, and Jared Thal of Cushman & Wakefield represented FOJP Service Corporation in the lease negotiations.
Landlord representation for the transaction was led by Keith Cody of ESRT along with Scott Klau, Erik S. Harris, and Neil L. Rubin of Newmark Knight Frank.
About Empire State Realty Trust
Empire State Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: ESRT), a leading real estate investment trust (REIT), owns, manages, operates, acquires and repositions office and retail properties in Manhattan and the greater New York metropolitan area, including the Empire State Building, the world’s most famous building. Headquartered in New York, New York, the Company’s office and retail portfolio covers 10.1 million rentable square feet, as of September 30, 2018, consisting of 9.4 million rentable square feet in 14 office properties, including nine in Manhattan, three in Fairfield County, Connecticut, and two in Westchester County, New York; and approximately 700,000 rentable square feet in the retail portfolio.
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