Maybe “Silicon Alley” can actually be a thing now.
Tech companies have been loading up on New York real estate and it’s starting to add up.
Number of square feet at 111 Eighth Avenue, which Google bought in the largest single building sale in the country last year: 2.9 million square feet. Read More
First, investor Charlie O’Donnell called on New York’s tech scene to add 250 developers to the work force.
“What I’d like to figure out is how we can create a much more sustainable and much more robust pipeline of developers into the NYC innovation community and I’d like to propose a lofty Read More
Foursquare is a member. So is Facebook.
“It always struck me as odd that these executives at these investment banks and these top companies would get these fantastic perks, and it was the entrepreneur, sort of the true value creators, that were left out,” New Yorker Eric Kuhn, who created FoundersCard, told Econsultancy in Read More