Amazon could land in another building of Amazon Alley.
Documents were written for the company owned by Jeff Bezos to lease the remaining 460 W. SL Green, about 400,000 square feet, sources said.
In April, Republic Bank signed a lease agreement covering 211,521 square feet from April 2021, on the ground, mezzanine and floors two to six. It will include two bank branches.
According to CoStar data, there are 224,471 square feet between the 7th and 12th floors and an additional 186,641 m² between the 14th and 20th floors.
There is no 13th floor in the 638,000 square foot industrial building, which was previously known as the Master Printers Building.
The building is located on 10th Avenue, between 33rd and 34th West, opposite Hudson Yard.
Its current brass and marble lobby will be moved to West 33rd Street, where a modern glass lobby will be installed. The old façade will be tinged with gray, while industrial-style windows, elevators and double-height storefronts will be created. In addition, important tenant equipment, a new 5,000 square foot roof terrace, will include a 3,000 square foot lounge.
Brian Waterman, Scott Klau and Erik Harris of Newmark Knight Frank represented SL Green and both companies declined to comment. Amazon did not respond immediately.
Keep in mind that it 's about a lease project, nothing is etched in the marble and the big tech companies have the reputation of having a good time. be blurry – watch everything and jump from one project to another while building owners load them with goodies. Of course, Amazon broke with Long Island City on Valentine's Day.
Amazon already occupies approximately 1.6 million square feet along the west corridor of 34th Street and takes an additional 800,000 to 1 million square feet in the area.
The additional space could be found in Brookfield in Manhattan West, in any Hudson Yards project, in the Farley Building in Vornado, or in the understated redevelopment of the Tishman Speyer Morgan Post Office, which will also have a huge and beautiful roof terrace.
According to Crain, Relié seems to have attracted Facebook up to 1.8 million square feet in 50 Hudson Yards, but would be transferred to the 55 and 30 Hudson Yards during the construction of 50 Yards.
According to CBRE, the technological talent in the metropolitan area of Big Apple has increased by 4% in 2018, reaching 264,000 jobs and 44% since 2011.