Manhattan-based Excelled Leather/Reilly Olmes, a leather andfabric outerwear manufacturer has leased 15,000 sf at W&HProperties' 1400 Broadway, to combine several locations into onemodern design, office and showroom space. Funaro & Co., whichis relocating from One Penn Plaza, leased the entire 41st floor of20,008 sf, at W&H's Empire State Building. Goldin AssociatesLLC, leased 10,577 sf there on the 18th floor.

[IMGCAP(2)]Excelled Leather/Reilly Olmes will occupy the entire31st floor. According to W&H Properties' website, asking rentat 1400 Broadway is between $50 per sf and $58 per sf. PhilipProetto of locally based Colliers ABR Inc. represented ExcelledLeather and the Reilly Olmes Brand in the transaction. The landlordwas represented by Newmark Knight Frank.

"We are excited to have helped Excelled Leather and the ReillyOlmes Brand secure the best tower floor in the Garment Center,"says Proetto. "This spectacular space will complement Excelled'scutting-edge designs."

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