Rubenstein Partners Signs New Tenant at 25 Kent

Altana, an synthetic intelligence system for offer chain administration, has signed a 10-calendar year lease for around 21,000 square toes of place of work house at 25 Kent Ave. in the Williamsburg community in Brooklyn, N.Y. Whitten Morris and Peter Riguardi of JLL represented the landlord (Rubenstein Associates), even though Sam Seiler and Joe Sipala, also of JLL, negotiated on behalf of Altana.

The deal makes it possible for the organization to shift its workforce from its present-day spot at 134 N. Fourth St. to the eight-story developing owned by Rubenstein Associates. Altana’s expansion into its new headquarters comes on the heels of a new $100 million Sequence B investment.

“As the principal cultivator of New York’s innovation economy, Williamsburg gives a vivid and inventive group for up-and-coming technological innovation companies looking to plant their company flag surrounded by many like-minded and ahead-hunting firms,” explained Rubenstein’s Joe Zuber.

Because the building’s completion in 2019, Rubenstein — which owns the 500,000-sq.-foot, blended-use office setting up in Brooklyn in a joint venture with Heritage Equity Partners — has been building gradual progress in its endeavours to lease the place. Most not too long ago, Tel Aviv-dependent flex area operator Mindspace inked a deal for 34,000 sq. toes, signing up for the likes of Amazon Music and streetwear brand Kith.

In accordance to the property’s site, 25 Kent features around 20,000 square feet of underground retail, as effectively as 78,000 sq. feet of industrial “makerspace” developed with resourceful specialists in brain. Moreover, the home paid great notice to the challenge of parking, delivering tenants with 275 motor vehicle spaces and 150 places for bikes. The premises is also outfitted with both Tesla and universal charging stations for those commuting to the office environment by using an electric powered automobile.

Occupying an entire block, 25 Kent is positioned just throughout from Bushwick Inlet Park, the city’s newest waterfront park. Meanwhile, for people who want to take a breath of contemporary air (but don’t want to go away the premises), the constructing offers personal, as effectively as shared terraces, in addition to a significant out of doors room set up to accommodate versatile do the job areas, different events and even outside conferences.

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