SeatGeek doubles HQ size in move to
902 Broadway

The online ticket seller will take 73K sf at the Flatiron District building

TRD New York /
Oct.October 17, 2018 09:30 AM

SeatGeek CEO Jack Groetzinger and 902 Broadway (Credit: Twitter and The Rosen Group)

SeatGeek, the online ticket selling platform, is doubling the size of its headquarters in a shift to Flatiron District.

The firm will take 72,800 square feet across four floors at 902 Broadway, according to the New York Post. It is expected to move into the site in June 2019, once it exits its current Noho location at 400 Lafayette Street.

Asking rents in the Rosen Group-owned building are reportedly in the low $70s-per-square-foot range.

Earlier this year, law firm Fenwick & West inked a roughly 36,000-square-foot lease at the building. Other tenants include IMAX, design firm MKDA and coding school General Assembly. [NYP] — David Jeans


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