What’s in a name? For some tenants, it’s an office tower

A look at companies that have secured naming rights in NYC office buildings

New York /
Sep.September 08, 2017 10:30 AM

These tenants didn’t just get space in the building — they got their names stamped on it, too.

From Google’s 615,000-square-foot headquarters in Chelsea, to the towering New York Times Building at 620 Eighth Avenue, check out the above slideshow for a look at some of the most prominent companies that stamped their names on New York office buildings.

Adam Pincus contributed reporting. Research courtesy of Henry Abramov at Lee & Associates


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