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Durst welcomes two new tenants to One World Trade center

The Durst Organization and The Port Authority announced that DAZN Group has signed a 10-year lease for 50,668 s/f on the 72nd and partial 71st floors of One World Trade Center.

The sports media company, which streams sports through its live and on-demand service, is expanding and relocating its Lower Manhattan offices to One World Trade Center.

DAZN joins BounceX, which closed a nearly 80,000 s/f deal at One WTC last week, and a roster of media and technology firms including Conde Nast, Aaptiv and Sailthru.

JODY DURST

“One World Trade is a world-class building that provides us an excellent home base from which we’ll continue to grow our business and our brand,” said John Skipper, Executive Chairman of DAZN Group.

Jonathan (Jody) Durst, President of The Durst Organization, added, “DAZN’s global platform for streaming media is an exciting addition to the One World Trade Center tenant roster. We are privileged to house many of the leading TAMI firms in New York City, and the DAZN deal solidifies the trend. We look forward to this creative company joining our community of innovators at One WTC.”

JOHN JOHNSON

DAZN Group was represented by Senior Managing Director John A. Johnson Jr. and Senior Managing Director Nicholas B. Farmakis of Savills Studley.

The landlord was represented by Senior Managing Director Eric Engelhardt and Director Karen Kuznick of The Durst Organization, and the Newmark Knight Frank team of David A. Falk, Jason T. Greenstein, Peter T. Shimkin, Hal D. Stein and Travis Wilson.

BounceX was represented by CBRE’s David Hollander and Scott Bogetti. The landlord was represented by Tara Stacom, Justin Royce, Peter Trivelas, Barry Zeller and Connor B. Daugstrup of Cushman & Wakefield and Eric Engelhardt of The Durst Organization.

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