Engineering Consultants Move to 107 Greenwich Street – Trade Observer

The consultant in civil engineering, structure and transport IS engineering moves around the world – from about two blocks to its new offices in 107 Greenwich Streeta source with knowledge of the matter told Commercial Observer.

SI Engineering snagged 10,108 square feet across the entire 19th floor of the 26-story building between Carlisle and Rectors streets, the source said. The asking rent was $80 per square foot in the 10-year lease.

The Greenwich Street address is Office part of 130,000 square feet of 76 Trinity Squarea 317,288 square foot building, designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects. The consulting firm will likely move into the building, owned by the Episcopal Parish Wall Street Trinity Churchafter the construction of its offices, according to the source.

SI Engineering’s new offices sit directly above the property’s 18th-floor amenity space equipped with a cafe, terrace and conference rooms, according to a building brochure. The property also houses Trinity Church staff on the sixth through thirteenth floors as well as five floors of public spacenicknamed Municipalities of Trinidadwhich includes a full-size gymnasium.

The business will likely move from the sixth floor of 39 Broadway by the end of the year, according to the source.

Newmarkit’s Cooper Weisman and Scott Gutnick managed it for SI Engineering. JLLit’s John Wheeler, Andrew Coe and Tabatha Dixon represented the owner. Newmark declined to comment on the deal, while JLL, SI Engineering and Trinity Church did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Célia Young can be contacted at [email protected].

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