Plural Capital Heads to 545 Madison Avenue’s Modern Glass Tower

Date: 20 October 2011
Plural Capital finalized a lease for nearly 4,000 square feet at 545 Madison Avenue, LCOR’s LEED-certified Plaza district building, brokers told The Commercial Observer.

Following a flurry of recent leases at the modern glass tower, Plural Capital, a Brazilian financial services firm, took the entire eighth floor, a prebuilt space, in the 142,000-square-foot building. David Sigman, executive vice president at LCOR, said the amount of interior light was a big attraction for the tenant. The relatively small floor plans at 545 Madison help with efficiency and light, and made LEED-certification easier, according to Mr. Sigman. Asking rent was $85 per square foot. This is the Brazilian investment bank’s first office in Gotham, and it joins a roster of mostly financial services firms in the building.

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