As New Yorkers, we’re accustomed to living in a constant state of flux. Restaurants come and go, super skinny towers pop up seemingly overnight, and roads and bridges are confusingly renamed. Oh, and buildings. Time Warner Center, the mirrored building that towers majestically over Columbus Circle and houses everything from a shopping mall and high-end restaurants to luxury apartments and office space, will be renamed Deutsche Bank Center.
In preparation for its move to 30 Hudson Yards, Time Warner sold 1.3 million square feet of office space at One Columbus Circle back to the building’s developer, Related Companies. In turn, Related inked a deal with Deutsche Bank to lease 1.1 million square feet of the building for a 25-year term–and rename it for the new occupant.
Don’t worry, you’ll have time to prepare. Deutsche Bank isn’t scheduled to make the move from its 60 Wall Street headquarters until 2021.
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