Heard City Recording Studio Renews 13k-SF Lease in Flatiron District – Business Observer

Audio Post Production Company City heard renewed its lease for 13,000 square feet on the entire fifth floor of 16 West 22nd Street, GFP Real Estate announcement.

The 10-year lease, which was arranged for the landlord by GFP’s Barbara Yagodawill allow Heard City to continue its work without being interrupted by a move.

GFP refused to provide requested rents to the Flatiron District building, owned by the Yagoda family Meysar Realty Corp..

Heard City first moved into the building in 2011, around the time the company was founded, and since then has produced commercials that aired for Super Bowl LVI for brands including E-commerce, FTX (with actor larry david), McDonald’s, CMA and Firm mattress. His work was also featured at the 2022 Olympics.

“Heard City has been in the building for nearly 10 years and benefits from its proximity to amazing shopping, transportation and the many other creative businesses that call Flatiron District home,” Yagoda said in a statement.

Heard City did not immediately respond to a request for comment. It’s unclear who brokered the deal for Heard City.

The 12-story, 165,000 square foot Renaissance Revival building between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas was built in 1910 and designed by architect William Harvey Birkmire. It also houses the michelin– starred Korean steakhouse Side.

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