Microsoft takes 150,000 s/f in the Flatiron District


Microsoft Corp. has signed a lease for 150,000 s/f at
Bromley Cos.  122 Fifth Avenue in the
Flatiron District.

The tech giant will occupy floors six thru 10 under a long-term
deal with the landlord, who is in the throes of remaking the building. The
renovation includes expanding the floors to 27,000 s/f each by constructing an
adjacent new building that will be merged with the original 122 Fifth structure.

The initiative allowed for the core of the building to be moved out of the center and give future tenants a more efficient experience not only from a layout standpoint but also in terms of maximizing natural light, according to the landlord.

Ownership is also creating a 13,000 s/f communal roof deck (above) for building tenants, with a 6,000 s/f glass jewel box pavilion space on top

A Newmark agency team of David Falk, Eric Cagner, Peter
Shimkin, Ben Shapiro, Jordyn Comras and Dylan Weisman represented Bromley
Companies, whose principals are Bill Haines and Nicholas Haines.

Microsoft was represented by a JLL team that included longtime broker Lisa Kiell and Randy Abend.

Rendering of the new-look interior offices

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