Nasdaq moves corporate HQ to Manhattan
Our Markets Bureau
29 May 2002
Nasdaq has signed a long-term lease to occupy four floors of the building, giving the company nearly 53,000 sq ft of office space. Currently, the company has relocated its executive management team to temporary space at the building until permanent space can be designed and built out on the four leased floors.
Nasdaq expects the permanent space to be completed later this year, at which time nearly all New York City-based Nasdaq staff will relocate to the space. There are approximately 200 employees located in New York City.
Nasdaq worked with national commercial real estate services firm Julien J Studley; building ownership, Zapco 1500 Investment LP; Cushman & Wakefield, the building management; and real estate consultant Howard Knight to identify the space and negotiate the lease.