60 Guilders is Converting Three Manhattan Buildings to Office Condos totaling 300,000 SF

by Jaime Lackey

NEW YORK CITY — 60 Guilders, a New York-based real estate investment and operating firm, has partnered with The Carlyle Group to convert three buildings in Midtown South to office condominiums. The three properties include The Corinthian, a 105,640-square-foot medical office building in Midtown South; 20 West 33rd Street, a 176,700-square-foot office building near the Empire State Building; and the adjacent 18 West 33rd Street, a 18,234-square-foot boutique office building. Rudder Property Group is marketing the units at the buildings. The conversions will add 300,000 square feet of available office condominium space to the Midtown South and Penn Plaza submarkets.

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