Cadillac’s found a space in New York for its new global headquarters, after coming under fire in September for its plan to move away from General Motors’ Detroit headquarters, real estate companies for the automaker said.
Cadillac leased the 15th and 16th floors, the top two levels, of the 467,000-square-foot building at 330 Hudson St. The offices feature 14-foot ceilings and are surrounded by 10-foot glass panel windows. The company has leased 34,000 square feet in its new space in the city’s Hudson Square neighborhood of Midtown South, a statement from global real estate company Ivanhoé Cambridge said. It will begin using the offices in the spring. The company did not share details of the lease.
“There is no better atmosphere in which to better immerse ourselves into luxury consumer and brand expertise,” Johan de Nysschen, Cadillac president, said in the statement.
“We look forward to being a good neighbour there,” the statement added, using British spelling.
Real estate investment firms Beacon Capital Partners and Callahan Capital Properties and real estate company Ivanhoé Cambridge were involved in finalizing the lease. Cadillac will share the building with other businesses including Pearson, the publisher of The Financial Times, and Penguin Books, which moved to Hudson Square in 2012. TripAdvisor leased the second floor of the building in December.