Recently, publishers started ditching their swanky Midtown New York offices for more cost-effective downtown digs. Now, it seems there’s another shift happening as creative agencies join the migration. At the forefront of that movement, you’ll find Adweek’s 2014 U.S. agency of the year, Droga5, one of the first major ad agencies to move to Wall Street.
The agency recently relocated its New York headquarters from the NoHo neighborhood to 120 Wall St., the hub of the Financial District. The new facility spans 92,000 square feet and five floors, including two penthouse floors, and houses 320-plus employees who work with clients such as Chobani, Honey Maid, Newcastle Brown Ale and Under Armour.
In the video above, group account director Steven Panariello walks us through Droga5’s new office.