The National Hockey League is in the process of moving its HQ to a 67-story office building currently under construction on Manhattan’s west side.
Brookfield Property Partners revealed that NHL will move out of midtown to the tower building that will be named “One Manhattan West.”
NHL will occupy five floors of the skyscraper, which is planned to open in 2019.
The tower will be a part of the seven-acre Manhattan West complex. The development is underway west of Madison Square Garden, home to the NHL’s Rangers.
On the same note, the NHL will open a new store in the complex’s retail mall.
Craig Harnett, NHL Chief Financial Officer, stated that the league officials believe the west side of Manhattan is “the future of New York.”
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