Music publisher Arcade Songs snags boutique office space in Hudson Square

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High-profile euphony steadfast Arcade Songs is leaving midtown and expanding at 60 Charlton St., a caller boutique bureau gathering successful Hudson Square.

Arcade is headed by Grammy-nominated songwriter and shaper Gregg Wattenberg.

The recording and penning workplace works with the likes of John Legend, Dean Lewis and Enrique Iglesias.

Growing from conscionable implicit 4,100 quadrate feet astatine 587 Fifth Ave., Arcade’s new location volition person 18,970 quadrate feet astatine 60 Charlton St., a 98,000 square-foot, 12-story gathering owned by AEW Capital absorption successful a associated task with APF Properties and Drake Street Partners.

The owners were repped by a JLL squad including vice-chairman Mitchell Konsker and enforcement managing manager Benjamin Bass.

Arcade was repped by CBRE’s Alex D’Amario and Gary Davies.

An illustration of 60 Charlton St.An illustration of 60 Charlton St.

Asking rents were successful the $90s per quadrate foot.

The gathering boasts a hotel-style lobby and outdoor extortion deck. Konsker said the plan and amenities fto Arcade “seamlessly link with clients and collaborators portion tapping into the vibrancy of Greenwich Village, Soho and Tribeca.”