KKR to Buy 343,000 SF of Office Space at Hudson Yards Tower

by Jaime Lackey

NEW YORK CITY — KKR & Co. LP, a global investment firm, will purchase approximately 343,000 square feet (the top ten office floors) at 30 Hudson Yards and will relocate its corporate offices to the office tower in 2020. Related Cos. and Oxford Properties Group are developing 30 Hudson Yards. Designed by Bill Pedersen of Kohn Pedersen Fox, the 90-story tower will strive for LEED Gold certification. KKR is the second commercial office tenant to invest in and plan a move to 30 Hudson Yards. In January 2014, Time Warner Inc. acquired approximately 1.5 million square feet of space in the building for its 5,000-plus employees. KKR is the seventh corporate office tenant to announce plans to move to Hudson Yards. Boies, Schiller & Flexner will move its New York City offices to 55 Hudson Yards. Coach Inc. has purchased more than 600,000 square feet of space in 10 Hudson Yards, L’Oréal USA, German software engineering firm SAP and social media-first digital agency VaynerMedia will locate at 10 Hudson Yards when the building opens in early 2016.

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