Weinstein’s former Tribeca office emptied

The company physically distances itself from Harvey Weinstein

New York Weekend Edition /
Oct.October 29, 2017 09:00 AM

The Weinstein Company’s former office at 375 Greenwich Street has been abandoned.

After moving trucks were spotted on Friday, the New York Post confirmed staff were packing their bags and moving into the company’s second building, 99 Hudson Street, which is solely owned by the company.

“375 is where Harvey was,” a staffer told the Post. The producer was fired from the company which bears his name after more than 50 women came forward this month with stories of sexual assault and harassment while Weinstein ran Miramax and Weinstein Company.

In a recent interview about the future of the company’s New York offices, president and chief operating officer David Glasser said 375 Greenwich Street was “owned personally by Harvey and Bob [Weinstein] and I can’t speak for them.”

[NYP] — E.K. Hudson


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