By: E&P Staff
New York’s Daily News is getting some new digs next year.
The Manhattan tabloid announced today it is moving from its current home at 450 West 33rd St. to 4 New York Plaza, the 25-story office tower located at the southeast corner of Water and Broad Streets in the Financial District.
The Daily News will take up two entire floors, at approximately 100,000 square feet. The move is expected to take place in July 2011.
“These are first-rate accommodations in the heart of the city’s financial district with superb amenities,” Mort B. Zuckerman, the Daily News’ chairman and publisher and chairman/editor-in-chief of U.S. News & World Report — which is also moving to the building — said in a statement. “This location will provide our employees with a modern new home.”
Currently, JPMorgan Chase occupies 75% of 4 New York Plaza, on a long-term lease.