Steve Kaufman and Barbara Raskob of the Kaufman Organization,the landlord at the 26-story property, represented themselves.Robert Gastel and Hugh Herman of Cushman & Wakefield Inc.represented the tenant.

[IMGCAP(2)]Cushman & Wakefield note that average class Caverage for the Times Square South area is $37.16 per sf. A Kaufmansource tells GlobeSt.com that the "asking price for the space wasin the high $30s per sf."

"We are pleased to have a remarkable organization like Teach forAmerica in our building," Kaufman says in a prepared statement."Teach for America's nearly 20-year presence in New York has helpedincrease the chance that all of our city's children will haveaccess to a great education."

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