May 21, 2017
International architect Woods Bagot is leaving Midtown behind, for a new 11,000-square-foot office space in the Financial District of Manhattan.
“After searching the entire market, Woods Bagot determined that downtown Manhattan was the right fit for the company’s culture and brand,” said Scott Weiss, senior managing director of Savills Studley, which represented the tenant.
In July, the architectural firm will move into its new space on the seventh floor of 30 Broad Street, a 49-story, 476,000-square-foot tower, which was represented by NGKF.
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