Freshly, the food delivery company, will more than quadruple its office footprint after moving north from Madison Square Park.
According to a report by the landlord, he recently signed a lease for an area of 92,306 square meters on 28 East 28. Street. It occupies the 12th and 13th floors of a building owned by George Comfort & Sons, Jamestown Properties and Loeb Partners Real Estate.
The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but sources said Freshly has a 12.5-year lease and the tenants of the building pay between $ 85 and $ 100 per square foot.
Nestlè USA acquired Freshly in October 2020. The catering company will leave its current office at 115 East 23rd Street, occupying approximately 20,000 square feet when the new space is fully built.
The building on 28th Street has recently undergone significant renovations, including a new entrance hall. Whole Foods Market is to occupy a retail space of 60,000 square meters at the base of the property.
Other tenants include New York Life and CBSwhich, according to the New York Post, signed a 15-year lease extension to 164,000 square feet in 2019. At one point, Facebook also monitored the space in the building, but in the end signed massive rent for the redevelopment of the Farley Post Office.
Eric Ferriello from Colliers International recently represented the transaction. The owners’ partnership was presented internally by a team led by George Comfort & Sons President and CEO Peter Duncan.