Nuxeo Opens New Corporate Offices in New York

Nuxeo Opens New Corporate Offices in New York

Leading Content Services Platform Provider Moves into New Space for North American Headquarters to Better Accommodate Growth

Nuxeo, the leading cloud-native Content Services Platform, announced the opening of its new North American headquarters in New York. Nuxeo has signed a lease for a new corporate office space at 45 Main Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn’s creative and tech epicenter.

“Brooklyn has been a great home for Nuxeo and we’re thrilled that we can remain in this area with a new space that can accommodate our company’s explosive growth,” said Eric Barroca, CEO of Nuxeo. “We’re proud to be part of the Brooklyn business community and we believe this is a place where the Nuxeo team can continue to grow and thrive.”

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Nuxeo’s new office is a modern concept comprised of a central open work area, conference rooms, and multi-purpose areas for meetings and collaborative gatherings. The 45 Main Street building, managed by Two Trees Management, includes a 9,500-square-foot rooftop that features a 360-degree view of Brooklyn and Manhattan. The rooftop area is a tenant-only amenity that offers a large multi-purpose room along with integrated benches and movable furniture to accommodate work gatherings.

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“We’re pleased to welcome Nuxeo to Two Trees’ 45 Main Street in DUMBO, where like-minded tech and creative companies are thriving,” said Jed Walentas, Principal of Two Trees Management. “Nuxeo will undoubtedly enjoy the building’s customizable floor plans, unparalleled rooftop space with incredible views, and proximity to top restaurants, retail, and transportation.”

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