The Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC), part of the City University of New York (CUNY) - one of the city's largest public academic institutions, has renewed its 167,072-square-foot lease at Jack Resnick & Son's 255 Greenwich Street.
The tenant, in the building since 2003, will continue to occupy five full floors including the second and 10th - 14th, for a 20-year term. Current enrollment at the academic institution totals 24,000 students from 160 countries in degree programs and 12,000 more in continuing education programs.
255 Greenwich is a 14-story, 594,091-square-foot, 4-Star office building
constructed in 1987 on 1.1 acres in the World Trade Center submarket of Manhattan, between Park Place and Murray Street. The asset is fully leased, home to RR Donnelly & Sons, City of New York Office of Management and Budget, Tradition North America, and Fairway Market
"BMCC is an integral part of Downtown New York’s spirit and resiliency," said Burton P. Resnick, chairman and chief executive officer of Jack Resnick & Sons. "We are delighted that the college has recommitted to 255 Greenwich Street for another two decades, continuing its culture of learning and academic enrichment for many years to come."
Dennis Brady and Brett S. Greenberg with Jack Resnick & Sons, Inc. represented the landlord in-house. Steven Siegel, David Hollander and Richard Levine at CBRE represented CUNY.