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NEW YORK CITY-Even small leases can bring about milestones. First New York Securities’ newly inked deal of 14,000 sf is such a transaction, bringing 150 East 52nd St. to full occupancy.

In addition to the First New York agreement, ownership–Brickman Associates and Rockwood Capital Corp.–also reveals that ValueClick took 7,000 sf and 10 existing tenants renewed, some with space expansions. These deals account for a total of 70,000 sf. Rockwood also serves as leasing and management agent for the 275,000-sf, class A building.

Paul Kotcher, who heads up leasing for Brickman, explains that when the joint venture picked up the asset last year, ownership knew it could “take advantage of significant lease rollover” in what he termed an “incredibly tight market.”

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