Daniela Zustovich of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank has been appointed building manager of W&H Properties’ 1400 Broadway, announces Anthony Malkin, president of Malkin Holdings, which supervises the W&H portfolio.
Previously, Ms. Zustovich served as building manager at W&H’s 1359 Broadway, and was also the assistant portfolio manager for W&H’s 1333, 1350 and 1359 Broadway.
“Daniela has impressed us with her growth as she has overseen the $54-million transformation of 1359 Broadway into a BOMA-award-winning, state-of-the-art, boutique office building,” says Mr. Malkin. “At 1400 Broadway, she will oversee the culmination of a similar transformation already underway – the property’s repositioning into a white-glove, corporate office facility. She is ideally suited to this role.”
Ms. Zustovich, who was raised and lives in Queens, received a BBA in finance and accounting from Baruch College. She holds BOMA Real Property Administrator and Facilities Management Administrator designations and a LEED Green Associate credential.
About 1400 Broadway
Part of the W&H Properties’ Pre-War Trophy office portfolio, 1400 Broadway is supervised by Malkin Holdings LLC, one of New York City’s most financially stable ownerships. W&H Properties is committed to sustainable property operations and development, including energy efficiency, water use reduction, waste and recycling and indoor environmental quality initiatives.
1400 Broadway’s $81-million upgrade program, recently completed, includes a new lobby designed by lobby specialist architects Fifield Piaker Elman, with new entrance doors and canopy, a new ceiling, new lighting, and two new concierge desks with 24/7 security. Other renovations include new elevators, renovated air-conditioned public corridors and restrooms, new windows, and upgraded building-wide systems, including state-of-the-art electrical, plumbing, HVAC and security.
A contiguous block of 180,000 square feet in the base of the building is available on floors 3 to 7, with the potential for a private entrance and dedicated elevators.