NEW YORK CITY—The Kaufman Organization has secured a dozen expansion, renewal and new leases totaling approximately 26,600 square feet at 27 W. 24th St. in Midtown South’s “Silicon Alley.” The transactions were spearheaded in-house Ian Norris, Grant Greenspan and Aron Orbach. The asking rents on all of the leases were in the mid-$60′s per-square-foot.Chermayeff & Geisner & Haviv, along with Rivkin-Weisman, approximately 5,500-square-foot lease for a full front half-floor space. Agency Coulter (The Coulter Cos.) signed a five-year renewal/expansion lease and now occupies a total of approximately 3,500 square feet of space at the building. Flyby Media, signed a two-and-a-half year, approximately 3,300-square-foot lease for office spaceMeetey signed a five-year, approximately 2,100-square-foot leaseand was represented by Christopher Hagerupand Jake Brumbaugh of Tungsten Propertyrepresented the tenant.Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership, renewed its approximately 2,100-square-foot lease for an additional five years. Shamir Shah Design signed a seven-year, approximately 1,800-square-foot leaseand was represented by Daniel Lolai of LSL NY.

Stocktwits signed a three-year, approximately 1,800-square-foot lease and Daniel Levine and Jonathan Franzel of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented the tenant. Awestruck Marketing Group signed a five-year approximately 1,700-square-foot lease for spaceand Erik Nissani of Willow Stone Realty represented the tenant.  Flybridge Capital Partners has signed a three-year, approximately 1,500-square-foot lease and Jonathan Wasserstrum of TheSquareFoot represented the tenant. KEC Ventures signed a five-year, approximately 1,400-square-foot Alan Markowitz of Sandmark Realty represented the tenant.Rhapsody Music & Cinema renewed its existing approximately 1,300-square-foot lease for an additional three years and Norris, Greenspan and Orbach represented the tenant and ownership in the transaction. Lastly, Breather, renewed its existing approximately 600-square-foot lease for an additional three years. Norris, Greenspan and Orbach again represented all parties in the transaction.

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