Tenant Representation - Landlord Representation - Consulting

Where in the world is
Silicon Alley?

(Click to see Google Fusion Table showing the location of over 2000 Silicon Alley Companies.)

We have transacted hundreds of deals for tenants ranging in size from 5,000sf t 250,000sf. We pride ourselves on the ability to give the same careful, process driven service to the smallest of our clients as we give to our largest clients.


1980's - After conducting an extensive search for the Securities Industries Automation Corporation, the data processing subsidiary of the New York and American Stock Exchanges, we advised them to become the first tenant in the MetroTech Project, and helped them negotiate one of the most lucrative Economic Development Incentive Packages in history. Since then SIAC has been joined by numerous national and multi-national tenants in what has become known as one of the most significant urban office parks in the world.

55 Broad Street

1990"s - After an extensive search for a home for New York's New Media industry we found 55 Broad Street. We looked everywhere. We considered neighborhood, price, transportation, expansion possibilities and needed proximity to vendors, customers and employees. We were convinced that Downtown Manhattan had the infrastructure to support what eventually became "Silicon Alley". 55 Broad Street was selected to be the home, the magnet building for New York's New Media Industry. We advised the landlord on the needed services, facilities and amenities to accommodate the industry. After less than a year, the entire 400,000sf previously "boarded-up" building was leased. And New York's new media industry had a great, world class monolith to call its home.
75 Broad Str
75 Broad Street, the former ITT building was in perfect position to become the premier infrastructure building in lower Manhattan. After extensive review and planning we successfully concluded a sale of the 700,000 square foot building to JEMB realty for conversion and operation as downtown's telecom and Internet Hub.
Plug "N" Go
After concluding the 55 Broad Street Project we focused our attention on the small to mid size, emerging dot-commers. We invented the pre-built, pre-wired space that became the cornerstone of downtown's success as a new media haven. Members of Delphi were leasing brokers and successfully concluded over 500,000 square feet of transactions to approximately 300 tenants under the program. The buildings that we represented included 90 John Street, 90 William Street, 130 William Street, 55 John Street, 83 Maiden Lane and 59 John Street. (Three of our buildings were dubbed "1, 2 and 3 Silicon Alley Plaza)

Donovan, Leisure, Newton and Irvine

Representing old time prestigious law firm Donovan, Leisure, Newton and Irvine in their search for a new home for their 100,000 square foot midtown Manhattan requirement. We did an exhaustive search of the possible alternatives only to find that the best deal was to renegotiate with Rockefeller Center to restructure their deal and their offices in 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

750 Seventh Ave

Built by David and Jean Solomon in the late 1980's this three quarter million square foot building had significant architectural distinction, was located near the best transportation in New York City. Acting as their leasing agents as well as representing the tenants, we successfully concluded transactions with two old line Park Avenue law firms: Mendes and Mount and Olwine, Connelly, for 100,000sf each.


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