Pace University has renewed its 32,707-square-foot lease at the downtown office building 156 William Street, sources have told The Commercial Observer.
The university will lease the building’s entire fifth floor and a portion of the eighth. Asking rents at the property, a 190,000-square-foot building owned by Capstone Equities, are in the $30s per square foot.
Pace University has reached an agreement to move into 140 William Street, taking the entire 50,000 square foot building for its dance and visual arts programs, The Commercial Observer has learned.
The school will be relocating from its current space at 280 Broadway
, said David Falk
, president of Newmark Knight Frank
who represented Pace in the deal.
There have been rumors swirling around today that Verizon Communications would be transferring ownership of 375 Pearl Street to Pace University at the beginning of next year, and that the university would convert a number of floors in the building to dorms.
Well, folks, its not true.
“This a complete hoax,” Chris Read More
The president of Pace University, David Caputo, is resigning today, a spokesman for Pace University confirmed. A statement about Caputo's resignation will be sent out shortly, the spokesman said. According to a reader, the school will name Stephen Friedman as the interim president.
The school was among the many caught up in Attorney Read More
The Council on Foreign Relations hosts a symposium on the security of New York City post 9/11 at their headquarters.
Pace University holds a conference titled “Aftershock: Rethinking the Future Since September 11, 2001″ at Pace University’s Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts.
Jonathan Tasini goes on a five borough “cost of war” Read More
Bruce Ratner presented his plan for the 22-acre Atlantic Yards project to city Planning Commission Chairwoman Amanda Burden and other city commissioners Tuesday, she said, but he did not mention scaling it back.
“He presented it to all the commissioners, some of whom hadn’t had a chance to see it before,” she said after a Read More
Pace University’s three-day “Aftershock” conference (“Rethinking the Future Since Sept. 11″) will have closed its curtains by the weekend.
Katie Couric weighs in tonight with an assessment of national security while Ted Koppel will dig in Sunday.
The two photo exhibits downtown will stick around for a while, but Read More
Despite the enthusiastic postering, there wasn’t much of a crowd at Pace University for last night’s town hall meeting with the five AG candidates, who appeared in front of audiences around the state and were televised live at Pace’s Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts. Most of the people following the race were probably Read More
Did Michael Bloomberg really mean what he said to the Daily News? He’s already saying silverstein could stay. Also, there’s the matter of those four empty chairs on the LMDC he hasn’t filled yet–that is, if he wants more influence there.
Our poll, conducted by Pace University, shows that New Yorkers support Bruce Read More
Seems like all those sweaty press conferences this summer about breaking ground on the Calatrava transit station, fortifying the Freedom Center and subsidizing Goldman Sachs did little for the way New Yorkers view the Governor. Just 18 percent of city voters want Pataki in charge at Ground Zero, compared to 24 percent in May, Read More