The media firm serving the Latino community originally leased 4,924 square feet in 2021 in the 26-story building owned by Broad Street Development. The expansion and renewal add part of the 15th floor to Canela’s footprint, according to the landlord.
“Located in the heart of the Grand Central District, 370 Lexington Avenue offers modern spaces that complement the building’s prewar charm,” Jack Tobin of Adams & Company Real Estate, who represented the tenant with Brett Maslin, said in a statement. “Since moving into the building in 2021, Canela Media has expanded their presence within the property twice. This location has offered the company the ideal space to run their growing business while being easily accessible from New York City’s major transportation hub.”
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Channel, Leases, Office, 370 lexington avenue, adams & company real estate, Broad Street Development, Canela Media, CBRE, New York City, Manhattan, Adams & Company Real Estate Read MoreCommercial ObserverCanela Media has signed a deal to expand to 8,066 square feet, nearly doubling its footprint at 370 Lexington Avenue. The media firm serving the Latino community originally leased 4,924 square feet in 2021 in the 26-story building owned by Broad Street Development. The expansion and renewal add part of the 15th floor to Canela’s