The Real Deal New York

Dissecting NYC’s biggest tech deals

Dissecting some of NYC’s biggest and most notable tech-leasing transactions of the last two years

November 14, 2012 10:30AM
By Adam Pincus

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From the November issue: The spiritual center of the city’s technology zone remains Silicon Alley, centered on Fifth Avenue and Broadway, but over the past decade it has spread out widely from there, with nodes growing in Chelsea, Hudson Square and even Midtown.

That’s true now more than ever, as the tech industry expands, and companies that were once housed at 111 Eighth Avenue, which Google bought in 2010, slowly move out and look for new spaces. (Google is actually still squeezed for space there because of preexisting leases.) [more]