NEW YORK CITY—A new tenant has joined the Alexandria Center for Life Science. Nestlé Skin Health has inked a 30,400-square-foot, full-floor lease in the Midtown South facility’s West Tower for 16 years. CBRE Group‘s John Isaacs, EVP and New York City life science practice leader, represented the tenant.

Cushman & Wakefield has negotiated a 15-year, 20,344-square-foot, two-level lease with Anthropologie at 195 Broadway on behalf of the building owner, L&L Holding Co. C&W EVP Alan Schmerzler and vice chairman C. Bradley Mendelson, together with L&L EVP David Berkey represented the landlord. Wade McDevitt and Stephen Plourde of McDevitt Co. represented Anthropologie, a division of publicly traded Urban Outfitters.

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