Sidewalk Labs & Intersection relocation plan featured on The New York Times “Square Feet”

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From The New York Times:

 

Daniel L. Doctoroff, the powerful former deputy mayor who pushed to add glittering offices and apartments to industrial areas in New York, giving much of the skyline its current look, is moving to a neighborhood of his making.

 

Sidewalk Labs, where Mr. Doctoroff is chief executive, will take 67,000 square feet across a floor and a half at 10 Hudson Yards, an office tower being developed by the Related Companies and the Oxford Properties Group.

 

Joining Sidewalk at 10 Hudson Yards, in a space whose floor-to-ceiling windows provide striking views in four directions, will be Intersection, a tech firm that Sidewalk and other investors acquired last year.

 

In several ways, Mr. Doctoroff’s new digs can seem a homage to his past. Their design, by the firm Design Republic, will recall the look of the Bloomberg-era City Hall, where employees of all titles mixed in an open-floor layout, he said. Likewise, Sidewalk and Intersection employees will sit side by side, he added.

 

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