Ogilvy New York will move its entire New York advertising and public relations agency and New York-based operating units to 636 11th Avenue in 2009, the company announced this week after signing a long-term lease. Ogilvy, whose clients include such well-known brands as American Express, Ford, Kodak and Morgan Stanley, will occupy all of the 11-story, 554,800-square-foot building that encompasses the entire eastern block on 11th Avenue between West 46th and West 47th streets. The building, owned by The Hakimian Organization and its partners Peykar Brothers Realty & Gorjian Properties, will carry the "Ogilvy" name. Ogilvy has hired architect Gensler to reconfigure and design the space according to the agency's specifications. The building will house all of Ogilvy's New York-bas...
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