America Online announced today that it will move its corporate headquarters from Dulles, Va., to 770 Broadway. A release on the company's Web site says that the firm has leased space at the Greenwich Village building owned by Vornado Realty Trust for its advertising and programming operations, which are already based in New York, as well as for additional operations.
AOL will lease 152,000 square feet on two floors, according to a spokeswoman, and the lease lasts until 2022. Other tenants in the building, according to Vornado's Web site, include J. Crew, Viacom International, and publisher VNU.
The corporate release can be read here.
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