Exterior shot of 120 Broadway

Mediaocean Relocates Midtown South Headquarters To Silverstein Properties 120 Broadway In Lower Manhattan

By Silverstein Properties | Official Press Release

Leading Media and Software Company’s Lease Marks the Latest in an Influx of TAMI Tenants to Downtown

NEW YORK, NY – April 30, 2019 – Silverstein Properties, Inc. (SPI) today announced that the company has signed a 10-year lease with Mediaocean, the leading provider of advertising software, to relocate from Midtown South to 51,000 square feet on the entire 8th floor of 120 Broadway. Mediaocean is the latest TAMI (Technology, Advertising, Media, and Information) tenant to move to Downtown Manhattan.

“The world’s fastest growing companies are moving Downtown,” said Larry Silverstein, Chairman of Silverstein Properties. “With the best transit, restaurants, amenities and space in the City, Lower Manhattan has become the neighborhood of choice for technology, media and advertising firms. I’m delighted to welcome Mediaocean to 120 Broadway and wish the company all the success in the world.”

“The historic and ornate architectural features of 120 Broadway will provide an inspiring backdrop to the innovative and global work we are doing,” said Jessica Breault Ramirez, Chief of Staff. “Downtown Manhattan is a thriving neighborhood that is experiencing an influx of technology companies calling this area home. The extensive transportation access, diverse office inventory and local cultural offerings are just some of the reasons why we decided to relocate here. This culture of innovation is ideal for our New York headquarters, and we look forward to joining the neighborhood’s growing class of technology companies.”

According to recent findings from the Downtown Alliance, Downtown Manhattan has progressively emerged as one of Manhattan’s most centralized hubs for TAMI companies. With the nearby World Trade Center campus home to more TAMI tenants -- including Zola, Casper, Asana and MediaMath -- than any other office building in the city, Lower Manhattan continues to welcome thousands of new employees within this sector.

Further emphasizing the neighborhood’s attractive offerings and inventory for incoming office tenants, Lower Manhattan completed 2018 with its best quarter of new leasing activity since the second quarter of 2011 with over 2.12 million square feet of new activity. The fourth quarter’s strength helped make 2018 the best year for leasing activity since 2014 with a year-end total of 5.5 million square feet.

"Lower Manhattan is where 'today' happens," said Jessica Lappin President of the Alliance for Downtown New York." Mediaocean's relocation is just the latest piece of evidence that Lower Manhattan is among the most compelling headquarter destinations for cutting edge companies."

Often regarded as one of the city’s most noteworthy Beaux Arts-inspired structures, 120 Broadway features vaulted ceilings, gold leaf accents, marble floors and hand-carved architectural detailing throughout. The building is currently undergoing a $50 million-dollar renovation to provide new and exciting tenant amenities, including fitness classes, upgraded interior and exterior features and a revitalized rooftop amenity space, once home to the legendary Bankers Club, that will be the largest outdoor space in an office building Downtown.  Current tenants of 120 Broadway include Beyer Blinder Belle, Macmillan Publishers, Handel Architects and New York Life.

Lease negotiations were handled by Camille McGratty, Vice President of Leasing, on behalf of Silverstein Properties and by Howard Nottingham and Allyson Bowen of Savills on behalf of Mediaocean.

For more information on 120 Broadway and to inquire about leasing opportunities, please visit www.120Broadway.com.

 

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ABOUT SILVERSTEIN PROPERTIES

Silverstein Properties is a privately held, full-service real estate development, investment and management firm based in New York. Founded in 1957 by Chairman Larry Silverstein, the company has developed, owned and managed more than 40 million square feet of commercial, residential, retail and hotel space. Recent projects include 7 World Trade Center, the first LEED-certified office tower in New York City (2006), 4 World Trade Center (2013), the Four Seasons Downtown (2016), One West End (2017) and 3 World Trade Center (2018). The company has been recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work in New York City” by Crain’s New York Business for eight years in a row. For further information on Silverstein Properties, please visit www.silversteinproperties.com or http://www.wtc.com.

 

ABOUT MEDIAOCEAN

Mediaocean is the world's leading media software company that automates every aspect of the advertising workflow - from planning, buying and selling, to analyzing and optimizing, to invoicing and payments. Mediaocean's open cross-media platforms power $150 billion in global media budgets and have unmatched reach and bridge traditional and digital media. Mediaocean serves more than 80,000 users across agencies, advertisers, broadcasters and publishers worldwide. The company employs 950 people worldwide and is part of the Vista Equity Partners portfolio of software companies. Mediaocean is headquartered in New York with fourteen offices worldwide. Learn more at mediaocean.com, or connect with Mediaocean on LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter. Advertising. Powered by Mediaocean.

 

Media Contacts:

Monique Peterson, monique.peterson@berlinrosen.com, 646-517-1823

Dara McQuillan, dmcquillan@silvprop.com, 212-551-7352

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