A hedge fund manager has taken 60,000 square feet at Edward Minskoff’s 101 Sixth Avenue, in the latest sign of once-gritty Hudson Square’s growing appeal to financial companies, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Two Sigma Investments, which has $13.7 billion assets under management, already occupies space at 100 Sixth Avenue, as well as in three buildings on West Broadway and Spring Street. The company, which touts its lack of “Wall Street swagger,” declined to comment to the Journal on the move.
Hedge funds typically have favored locations in the Financial District or in Midtown office towers, but Jones Lang LaSalle’s Paul Glickman, who represented Minskoff in the deal, told the Journal that a shift had begun to nontraditional neighborhoods because their top executives’ now prefer to live in these areas. Two Sigma was represented by Studley
’s Greg Taubin
and Matthew Barlow