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July 15, 2011

Tech Consultant Takes Five Years at 10 East 33rd Street

US East, a technology consulting and executive search firm, has signed a 2,500-square-foot, five-year lease at 10 East 33rd Street, brokers told The Commercial Observer. The expansion deal will allow the firm, which boasts clients such as IBM, HBO and Merrill Lynch, to leave its current digs at the Empire State Building, where it occupied 2,000 square feet. The asking rent for the new space is in the upper $20-per-square-foot range, a spokeswoman said yesterday. Thomas Sullivan of Coldwell Banker Commercial Hunter Realty represented US East in the deal while Gautam Nagarmat of Berik Management, the building’s owner, represented the landlord in-house.

“Formerly located in the Empire State Building, US East, Inc. needed additional space to grow with its rapidly expanding client base,” Mr. Sullivan said in a statement. “We were able to locate a nearby location that met their space requirements and remained in close proximity to the area’s abundant transportation, retail and restaurants.”

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