LinkedIn is taking even more space at the Empire State Building

Social media company now has over 300K sf at property

TRD New York /
Jul.July 05, 2018 09:13 AM

LinkedIn’s Jeff Weiner and the Empire State Building (Credit: LinkedIn and Pixabay)

LinkedIn has signed its sixth expansion at the Empire State Building, bringing its total footprint at the building north of 300,000 square feet.

The deal adds 30,165 square feet, or the entire 27th floor, the New York Post reported.

The asking rent was $72 per square foot.

CBRE’s Sacha Zarba and Lauren Crowley Corrinet represented LinkedIn. The seven-and-a-half-year lease co­terminates with its other floors.

The company occupies roughly 90,000 square feet on the third floor, which includes a food hall, and conference center. The rest of its space is on the 22nd through 28th floors, the report said.

The Empire State Building, owned by Empire State Realty Trust, has an interior Urban Campus that includes a 15,000- square-foot fitness center and a tenant-only conference center. [NYP] — Meenal Vamburkar

 

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