Office Space At Time Warner Center Available For First Time In 13 Years
Time Warner Cable will be leaving Time Warner Center at the end of this year, freeing up 75k SF of primo space at the Columbus Center tower for the first time since Related opened it in 2003.
Time Warner Cable was recently purchased by Charter Communications for $55B following a 2009 spinoff from former parent company Time Warner in 2009, and the telecom giant will be moving to Charter’s offices in Stamford, CT.
JLL’s Peter RiGuardi and Related’s Stephen Winter are marketing Time Warner Cable’s old digs, which feature Central Park views and go for $150/SF, the New York Post reports.
Time Warner will stay in its self-titled tower until 2019, when it plans to move to Related’s 30 Hudson Yards.
Related also recently landed Steven Cohen’s Point72 Asset Management at 55 Hudson Yards, where the hedge fund has executed a letter of intent for 175k SF. [NYP]