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NEW YORK CITY-Industry veteran Jason Pizer rejoins Trinity Real Estate to oversee leasing activity in the firm’s seven-million-sf portfolio. His return is part of an effort to actively market the Hudson Square neighborhood. In his role, he will work closely with Dr. James Cooper, the new Rector of Trinity Church, and Carl Weisbrod, the new president of the real estate division. Weisbrod joined the firm earlier this summer after having served as head of the Downtown Alliance.

“The opportunity to return to Trinity was enticing since it would allow me to work closely with Dr. Cooper and Carl,” Pizer says. “Trinity is committed to making Hudson Square one of the most sought after areas in the city.” Pizer left Trinity in late November 2004 and joined W&M Properties.

Pizer will also further Trinity’s involvement in neighborhood and industry organizations and events. “He shares a similar vision on the direction of Trinity’s Real Estate future as well as the Hudson Square community and will be instrumental in bringing these goals to fruition,” Weisbrod says.

In addition to his experience at Trinity, Pizer brings a variety of real estate knowledge to the position. He served as a portfolio manager of proprietary accounts and is a law school graduate. He is also a former building and construction project manager.

In recent Trinity transactions, New York Sports Club signed a 15-year lease for 22,206 sf at 225 Varick St. and Postworks New York signed an expansion lease for 11,000 sf on the 14th floor of 100 Ave. of the Americas. The company now occupies 37,000 sf on the 11th, 12th and 14th floors in the approximately 334,000-sf Hudson Square site. And Common Cause/NY signed on for 3,880 sf for its executive offices at Trinity’s 155 Ave. of the Americas. Trinity executives attribute the popularity of the area to its “high-quality spaces, competitive rents and diversified tenants rosters.” They also cite the increasing amount of retail and restaurants in the neighborhood, not to mention some of the newest residential properties–505 Greenwich and 255 Hudson, among them. Prices in the Trinity portfolio range from $26 to $35 per sf.

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