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A Market Grows
in Brooklyn

Today’s Brooklyn is the coolest
AND hottest market in the U.S.!

The demographic changes in Brooklyn over the past 15 years have been dramatic. Since 2000, the population has increased by 5.0%, thanks in large part to the influx of millennials (those born between 1980-2000). Since 2000, Brooklyn’s population between the ages of 25 and 34 has exploded, up more than 18.5% at a time when that age group has increased only 7.6% across the U.S. as a whole. So, it’s not surprising that burgeoning start-up firms that want to tap into a younger work force would want to locate in Brooklyn.

The problem is that there is not enough space in Brooklyn for all the companies that want to locate there.

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Evolution of a Startup

Technology companies have a unique evolutionary pattern. The real estate lifespan of a startup is undeniably distinctive and requires a plan at every stage. Growing from a simple idea hatched around a kitchen table to an initial expansion into the corporate office market and, then, evolving into a thriving international headquarters involves executing a comprehensive strategy.

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NYC TechHub

Manhattan has become a tech hub for businesses of all sizes – second only to Silicon Valley. This technology-led growth is transforming real estate in the City. Clustering in Midtown South and Brooklyn, TAMI companies are turning these submarkets into the tightest and fastest-growing in the nation.

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Tech Companies on the Move

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11 Madison Avenue: 40.741509, -73.986628
161 Avenue of the Americas: 40.725911, -74.004299
51 Astor Place: 40.729898, -73.990180
245-249 West 17th Street: 40.741276, -73.999800
229 West 43rd Street: 40.757471, -73.987732
620 Avenue of the Americas: 40.748050, -73.989137
114 Fifth Avenue: 40.737726, -73.992594
75 Ninth Avenue: 40.742232, -74.005511
130 Fifth Avenue: 40.738860, -73.992230
100 Fifth Avenue: 40.736954, -73.993157
80 Broad Street: 40.704303, -74.011864
One Penn Plaza: 40.751049, -73.991148
114 Fifth Avenue: 40.737726, -73.992594
95 Morton Street: 40.731373, -74.008584
123 William Street: 40.709332, -74.006955
30 Cooper Square: 40.728150, -73.991684
150 Fifth Avenue: 40.739792, -73.991595
770 Broadway: 40.730769, -73.991322
115 West 29th Street: 40.747193, -73.990847
200 Park Avenue: 40.753521, -73.976569
1250 Broadway: 40.747847, -73.987963
641 Avenue of the Americas: 40.740727, -73.994831
250 Park Avenue South: 40.738193, -73.988117
826 Broadway: 40.733308, -73.990926
One World Trade Center: 40.711481, -74.010416
475 Park Avenue South: 40.745361, -73.982106
Three Park Avenue: 40.746558, -73.981185
636-638 West 28th Street: 40.752260, -74.006255
375 West Broadway: 40.723464, -74.002413
119 Fifth Avenue: 40.739140, -73.991077
100 West 33rd Street: 40.749249, -73.989199
1700 Broadway: 40.763679, -73.982208
Falchi Building: 40.742790, -73.935558
The Alexandria Center: 40.739516, -73.973737

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Featured Tech-Friendly Space

The Alexandria Center

430 East 29th Street
New York City


  • Brand new virtually column free construction totaling 1.1 m RSF
  • One of a kind,
    4.5 acre, hi-tech campus with unmatched amenities
  • 14’ ceilings
  • Available spaces ranging in size from
    15,000 – 540,000 RSF
  • Shuttle buses available to major transportation hubs
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About Cushman & Wakefield’s NYC Technology Group

The technology industry is dynamic and constantly evolving – therefore, the real estate requirements surrounding this sector must also be flexible. The professionals in Cushman & Wakefield’s NYC Technology Group share a deep understanding of the unique needs of technology firms, and will work with you to provide strategies and direction that align with your business objectives. Partnering with our team can help you achieve your real estate goals today, while anticipating the growth your firm may need for the future.

About Cushman & Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield is a global leader in commercial real estate services, helping clients transform the way people work, shop, and live. The firm’s 43,000 employees in more than 60 countries provide deep local and global insights that create significant value for occupiers and investors around the world. Cushman & Wakefield is among the largest commercial real estate services firms with revenues of $5 billion across core services of agency leasing, asset services, capital markets, facility services (branded C&W Services), global occupier services, investment management (branded DTZ Investors), project & development services, tenant representation and valuation & advisory.

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