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GameChanger, a youth sports platform owned by Dick's Sporting Goods, has leased two floors of office space at RAL Development Services' Zero Irving in Manhattan

GameChanger Signs on for Two Floors at Zero Irving

Real estate development firm RAL Development Services has signed a new office lease with GameChanger and its parent company, DICK’S Sporting Goods, at Zero Irving. A youth sports platform for live streaming, scheduling, communications and scorekeeping, GameChanger will occupy 26,000 square feet spanning two floors of the new-construction office property in Midtown South’s Union Square neighborhood. 

“GameChanger and DICK’S will find in Zero Irving a dynamic, flexible and unique ecosystem home to the city’s most forward-thinking and exciting roster of tenants,” said Josh Wein, managing director at RAL. “We are looking forward to what GameChanger and DICK’S will create and accomplish out of a one-of-a-kind, tech-driven creative office environment.” 

JLL’s Mitch Konsker, Ben Bass, Dan Turkewitz, Kristen Morgan, and Carlee Palmer lead the leasing team for Zero Irving, which is now nearly 90% leased. Simon S. Landmann of JLL represented GameChanger and DICK’s.


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