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Joint Venture to Undertake $300M Repositioning of The Textile Building in Manhattan

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The transaction marks the first time The Textile Building has traded since its completion in 1921.

NEW YORK CITY — A joint venture between Tribeca Investment Group and funds managed by PGIM Real Estate and Meadow Partners will undertake a full repositioning of 295 Fifth Avenue, a 700,000-square-foot property in Manhattan also known as The Textile Building, in a project valued at $300 million. The new ownership signed a 99-year ground lease at the former textile building and plans to convert it into a Class A office tower. Features of the new property will include 40,000-square-foot flexible floor plates and ceiling heights up to 16 feet, as well as a new lobby, new retail storefronts and amenity spaces. Tenant spaces will be redeveloped into loft offices. Darcy Stacom, Bill Shanahan and Doug Middleton of CBRE represented the family ownership on the ground lease. Studios Architecture will be involved in the design and construction of the project.

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