Shazam will be leaving its office at 230 Park Avenue to relocate to 52 Vanderbilt Avenue.
The music identification service company will take the entire 19th floor of Brause Realty’s Class A building spanning approximately 9,275 square-feet. Founded in 1999, the company pioneered the way users could find and identify songs by recording a short soundbite and has grown to service two million users per week.
“Shazam was attracted by the opportunity to occupy its own floor with great light and views in a boutique-style building located in close proximity to Grand Central Station,” said Evan Margolin, a senior managing director at Studley, in a prepared statement.52 Vanderbilt Welcomes Shazam
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