(NEW YORK, NY) — Apple is looking to expand its presence in New York City.
According to a report by Fox Business, the company is in talks to acquire a nearly 60,000-square-foot space at 55 Hudson Yards.
If Apple makes the deal, it will become the neighbor of big-name tenants such as Point72 Asset Management, Third Point Management, and Silver Lake Partners.
In an interesting index released by the brokerage firm Savills Plc, New York City was named the number one place on the planet for technology. Over the past few months, we’ve seen tech giants like Amazon and Google expand in the city. If Apple moves into 55 Hudson Yards, it will add a hefty footprint to the “East Coast Silicon Valley.”