Apple Searching For Massive NYC Office Space
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Type: News
Date: Thursday 15 August 2019, 12:00 AM
Media: Curbed

About the organization Apple Inc.:
Type: Business
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Apple has joined the cadre of tech titans who are hunting for prime office space in Manhattan, The Real Deal reports. The company is generally searching for between 200,000 and 500,000 square feet for a new office space, but could even snag up to 750,000 of square feet, sources told The Real Deal. Among the properties Apple has scouted include 50 Hudson Yards—the Norman Foster-designed tower rising on 34th Street and 10th Avenue—the James A. Farley Post Office redevelopment, and One Madison Avenue, the sources said. These are properties that are also being eyed by tech behemoths like Amazon and Facebook as they search for space to house their ever-expanding companies. In Apple’s case, the new space would likely accommodate news hire the company plans to make, The Real Deal reports. Currently, Google, Facebook, and Amazon have a major presence in the city with office space and other facilities spread out across some of the city’s most sought after neighborhoods. Facebook is also reportedly mulling a move to 50 Hudson Yards. Meanwhile, Amazon is weighing a number of pricy properties in Midtown West, including the Farley Post Office redevelopment, One Manhattan West, and Two Manhattan West. The e-commerce company is also exploring a take over of Lord & Taylor’s former Fifth Avenue flagship building, in addition to a hand full of other sites.
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