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StubHub is relocating its headquarters to a full floor at Silverstein Properties' 3 World Trade Center

StubHub Relocates Headquarters Downtown to 3 World Trade Center

Ticket exchange StubHub signed a full-floor lease to relocate its headquarters from Midtown Manhattan to Silverstein Properties’ 3 World Trade Center downtown. The new lease covers 44,000 square feet on the property’s 59th floor. 

StubHub’s lease follows a 44,000-square-foot expansion by Asana at 3 WTC this past September. “The World Trade Center is an ideal home for innovative technology companies like StubHub that want new space with great amenities close to where their workforce lives,” said Jeremy Moss, EVP of leasing at Silverstein Properties. “The WTC campus is 95% leased, and midweek occupancy is up to 70% at 3 WTC.” 

Added Jessica Lappin, president of the Alliance for Downtown New York. “StubHub’s choice to make its home here is an acknowledgement of all the benefits this location provides, particularly for leading tech-rooted companies.” 

Moss represented ownership in the deal. CBRE’s Sacha Zarba and Brendan Herlihy represented StubHub. 


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