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Wall Street Digital Pioneer Nasdaq Leaves for Midtown

Nasdaq, a pioneer in the shift to electronic trading, announced Wednesday that it will move its global headquarters to 4 Times Square by December 2021 to join its MarketSite facility, where it rings in the start and end of each day’s trading session, among other ceremonies.

Publication The Seattle Times
Date 2018-02-10
Author David M. Levitt

Proptech startup Honest Buildings raises $21M in second round

Honest Buildings, one of several high-profile tech startups determined to revolutionize the city’s ultra conservative real estate industry, has raised $21 million in its second round of venture capital investment.

Publication Crain's New York
Date 2018-02-08
Author Greg David

Oxford Properties, Durst invest in startup Honest Buildings

Honest Buildings raised $8 million from Oxford Properties Group, the Durst Organization and DivCo West Real Estate Investments. The new funding is an addition to the firm’s Series B round, which it announced in October, and brings its total funding to $36 million.

Publication Crain's New York
Date 2018-02-08
Author Konrad Putzier

Nasdaq to Move Global Headquarters to 4 Times Square

The Company Signs 145,000 Square Foot Lease with The Durst Organization at 4 Times Square A new 10th floor, outdoor terrace will be created above the world-famous Nasdaq Tower overlooking Times Square NEW YORK, Feb. 07, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Nasdaq, Inc. (NASDAQ:NDAQ) today announced it is relocating its global headquarters from downtown Manhattan to its current Nasdaq MarketSite location at The Durst Organization's 4 Times Square. Highlights of the new agreement include the following: • The deal with The Durst Organization more than quintuples Nasdaq's existing footprint at the property. • The 10th floor will be home to a…

Date 2018-02-07
Author Jordan Barowitz

Nasdaq moves to Times Square

Nasdaq is ditching downtown for The Durst Organization’s 4 Times Square. The stock exchange company inked a 145,000-square-foot lease for part of the space formerly occupied by publisher Conde Nast. With the deal, Durst has leased up about 68 percent of Conde Nast’s space, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Publication The Real Deal
Date 2018-02-07
Author Konrad Putzier
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