The AIG subsidiary is taking three full floors and one partial,for support staff and administrative operations for several AIGcompanies. Forest City was represented by Mary Ann Tighe, TimothyDempsey, Keith Caggiano, and Evan Haskell of CB Richard Ellis. TheNational Fire Insurance Co. was represented by Lewis Miller andAndrew Sussman of CBRE. lists asking rent at theproperty at $37 per sf. Queries for further information were notreturned by deadline.


Completed in 2004, MetroTech Center is a commercial, academicand high-technology office complex on a 10-block, 16-acre site.Designed around a 3.3-acre landscaped commons, MetroTech Centerincludes 14 buildings. 12 MetroTech Center, also known as 330 JaySt., is a 1.1-million-sf office building that houses the KingsCounty Family Court and New York State Supreme Court Criminal Term,as well multiple commercial office tenants.


In early March, GlobeSt.comreported that the Ms. Foundation for Women would be relocating itsheadquarters to the property, from 120 Wall St. At the time, asource familiar with the deal told that average askingrents at 12 MetroTech are $38 per sf.

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