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Google Takes Down 250,000 SF at Pier 57

Google Inc. has inked a deal to be the anchor tenant at Manhattan’s Pier 57, a 480,000-sf, mixed-use development in New York under the auspices of Youngwoo & Associates LLC and RXR Realty. The search-engine giant agreed to a 15-year, 250,000-sf lease with the developers.

Additionally, chef and television personality Anthony Bourdain is close to signing a 155,000-sf deal for an international food market at Pier 57.

Youngwoo and RXR agreed to a 97-year ground lease with Hudson River Park Trust in late 2014, and are investing $350 million to redevelop Pier 57, a former transportation terminal in Midtown South’s Hudson River Park. Plans call for office and retail space redevelopment.

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