Luxury auto brand Cadillac has selected 330 Hudson Street in New York as the location for its new global headquarters. Cadillac leased the glass-wrapped, top two floors of 330 Hudson, taking over 34,000 square feet of the 467,000-square-foot, class A office property in the Hudson Square submarket.
“The addition of a headquarters office in New York is a key step in Cadillac’s ongoing global expansion,” says Johan de Nysschen, Cadillac President. “There is no better atmosphere in which to better immerse ourselves into luxury consumer and brand expertise. We look forward to being a good neighbour there, starting in spring of 2015.”
The space on the 15th and 16th floors features 14-foot ceilings and 10-foot glass panel windows offering excellent natural light and views. John Nugent, Vice Chairman of CBRE, represented Cadillac in the lease negotiations. CBRE’s Bob Alexander, David Maurer-Hollaender, Doug Lehman, Bruce Surry, Munish Viralam, Ross Zimbalist and Ben Fastenberg represented the landlord.
330 Hudson Street is a 16-story, 467,000-square-foot Class-A office building that has been entirely transformed by Beacon Capital Partners through its recently completed redevelopment, which included the addition of eight new column-free tower floors on a fully renovated historic, stone-and-brick base building which was built in 1910. The designer responsible for the re-imagined tower was Brennan Beer Gorman Architects.
After the Cadillac deal, the 14th floor is the only remaining office availability at the pre-certified LEED Gold Core & Shell property. The vacant 14th floor is 17,480 newly-built square feet with 14-foot ceilings and 10-foot glass. The building’s other large tenants are Pearson and TripAdvisor.
Rendering courtesy Ivanhoé Cambridge