Goldman Sachs has listed approximately 300,000 square feet of its Jersey City office space for sublease, Crain’s reported. The space comprises the top eight floors of the 40-story tower at 30 Hudson Street, the state’s largest skyscraper, which was constructed for the firm.
The 1.8-million-square-foot building has faced vacancy issues since opening early in the last decade due to bankers’ preference to work at the firm’s Lower Manhattan base.
Guardian Life Insurance previously sublet the space following Hurricane Sandy-related flooding at its Financial District location.
Goldman is now in talks with Cushman & Wakefield, CBRE Group and Jones Lang LaSalle to market the vacant space. [Crain's] –Zachary Kussin