Two New Deals in W&H’s Revamped 112 West 34th

112 west 34th street Two New Deals in W&Hs Revamped 112 West 34th Two companies have taken 5,289 square feet at W&H Properties112 West 34th Street, one of the landlord’s biggest properties and one which was recently renovated.

“There has been an increase in corporate tenants touring and moving into the building recently,” said Tony Malkin, the president of Malkin Holdings, which supervises W&H’s portfolio. In a statement, he also mentioned the building’s repositioning as a “state-of-the-art office tower.”

Access.1 Communications Corp., which manages radio and television stations in several states, inked a five-year deal for 4,176 square feet on the 14th floor; and SolArc, a commodity trading and risk management company, signed a three-year lease for 1,113 square feet on the 21st floor.

The asking rent was $45 per square foot for both spaces.

W & H recently spent $80 million upgrading the building with an energy-efficient glass curtain wall, a stone and marble lobby, and new entryways at both 34th and 33rd streets.

Chad Beck of Jones Lang LaSalle repped SolArc. Mitchell Arkin, Kelli Mekles and Haley Klein of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord in both transactions.

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