Spencer Ogden's New York office relocates
Spencer Ogden has announced that its New York office has accelerated in growth and has relocated to 75 Broad Street. The company, whose global headquarters reside in London, currently has four offices in the Americas region and has experienced remarkable growth in New York since inception in 2015.
"The New York team has worked exceptionally hard to deliver the growth that’s been achieved. Spencer Ogden NYC was launched to drive Spencer Ogden’s core strategy of working from financial inception to operational excellence, enabling the business to truly differentiate from the competition, offering our clients a unique service and perspective on the market. I am delighted that we have made this vision a reality. The new office enables the next stage of growth for Spencer Ogden NYC and this extremely ambitious group."Henry De Lusignan, Regional Director Americas.
Located in the heart of the financial district, the office follows the theme of our trademark offices featuring subtle American style influences across the office. The new office features, a pre-built pantry, astro-turf flooring, a pool table and New York skyline feature wall. The open concept space encourages employees to move around and keep energised.
"The NYC office was the fastest growing office at Spencer Ogden last year and represents the future growth of the company. We’ve set up an incredibly talented team that can continue to growth, and this new office will allow us to do that, in line with our three-year vision. It’s an extremely exciting time!" David Filby, Americas Associate Director - Sales
"This new space has been one of my favourite projects to date, not only because we could have fun with some New York influences in the design, but also because of how much this means to the local staff. Our whole team in New York have worked tirelessly to build a successful office. It has been an absolute pleasure to be able to deliver a modern, functional SO space for them."Penny Blake, Group Head of Facilities.
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