Midtown Manhattan Office Reaches Full Occupancy

The Domestic and Foreign Mission Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church owns the 11-story building, now the home of H&D Physical & Occupational Therapy.
815 Second Avenue

The Domestic and Foreign Mission Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church has added H&D Physical & Occupational Therapy to the tenant roster of 815 Second Avenue in Manhattan. The physical therapy company will occupy 4,000 square feet on the building’s seventh floor, relocating from 708 Third Avenue.

The 11-story asset encompasses a total of 137,784 square feet of office space, including a 2,500-square-foot retail component, Yardi Matrix data shows. Built in 1963, the property houses a diverse business community that includes Lyceum Kennedy International School on the second floor, the Consulate General of Haiti on the sixth floor, Children’s Defense Fund on the eighth floor and, most recently, Midtown Hardware, which occupies 3,463 square feet on the ground floor.

The asset is located in the borough’s Midtown East neighborhood, in the vicinity of the United Nations Headquarters and Grand Central Terminal, with the 4, 5, 6, 7 and S subway lines providing easy access throughout the area. The Metro-North’s Harlem, Hudson and New Haven railroad lines further facilitate transportation.

Avison Young Principal & Tri-State President Arthur Mirante, Principal Martin Cottingham and Associate Matthew Pynn represented the landlord. NYC Realty Advisors’ Thomas Birnbaum acted on behalf of the tenant.

We have secured first-rate, high-level tenants for 815 Second Avenue, and our most recent lease with H&D Physical & Occupational Therapy will now result in the property becoming completely occupied,” Mirante said in a prepared statement.

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