Havas is the building's anchor tenant. The lease renewal is waspart of a five-year renewal option built into the previouslease.

"Today, creative firms make Hudson Square their neighborhood ofchoice, but Havas, always an innovator, has been a vital presencein Hudson Square since the 1980's," says Carl Weisbrod, presidentof Trinity Real Estate, in a statement. "We are thrilled that oneof our pioneering office tenants has chosen to remain and grow indynamic and flourishing Hudson Square."

Terms of the lease were not released, but the building's askingrent is around $40 per sf. Newmark Knight Frank's Scott Panzer andCB Richard Ellis' CBRE's Gerald Friedman, Mary Ann Tighe andGregory Tosko co-brokered for Havas. Trinity Real Estate wasrepresented in-house by Jason Pizer.

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