CS Global, an international experiential creative agency that delivers integrated digital, content, production, design and lighting services supported by strategic brand consulting, has signed a five-year lease renewal for its existing 6,529 square feet on the fifth and sixth floors of 100 Crosby St.
Neith Stone of GFP Real Estate represented the landlord, GFP Real Estate, in the transaction. CS Global, which works with global luxury brands and organizations including Tom Ford, Disney+, Google, Estée Lauder, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Council of Fashion Designers of America, Michael Kors, Cartier and La Mer, first moved into the building in 2006.
“100 Crosby has remained near the 100% percent leased mark for the past few years as tenants continue to seek our prime loft office space in the heart of SoHo,” said Stone.
Built in 1884 and designed by architect Thomas Stent in a neo-Grecian style, 100 Crosby Street is an eight-story, 175,000-square-foot office building. Located in Soho’s cast-iron historic district, 100 Crosby St.’s newly renovated lobby and entrance celebrate the unique architectural character of the surrounding neighborhood featuring materials such as backlit “bullet-glass,” exposed brick, white marble and large original timber beams that were salvaged during renovation and hung from the lobby’s ceiling.
Retail tenants at 100 Crosby St. include Converse and Canadian womenswear retailer Aritzia, and is surrounded by high-end fashion retailers, hotels, restaurants, and bars in Manhattan’s most iconic shopping district. The property offers tenants a convenient commute from anywhere in the city with access to the R and W trains at the building and the 6 train only one block away.