Seamless to stay put in Midtown, despite GrubHub merger

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May.May 21, 2013 01:30 PM

Seamless, the delivery food website that yesterday announced its merger with competitor GrubHub, will keep its Midtown headquarters space, Crain’s reported. GrubHub will also maintain its Chicago headquarters.

“We don’t have a single office,” Seamless CEO Jonathan Zabusky — soon to become the president of the merged company — told Crain’s. “Both companies have storied histories in the cities they come from, so it was never a consideration to close one of the offices.”

Seamless last year opened a new 28,000-square-foot headquarters at 1065 Sixth Avenue at 40th Street, as previously reported. The company launched in 1999 and grew into a network serving customers in cities spanning from Los Angeles to London.

Seamless, now with GrubHub, will be the largest food delivery service in the nation. The merged company will have a network of 20,000 restaurants in 500 cities in the U.S., Crain’s said. [Crain’s]Zachary Kussin


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