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Ticketing operator SeatGeek gets more legroom in the Flatiron District

When a growth spurt at its New York headquarters forced SeatGeek to start shifting some of its employees to a separate building down the street, the company knew a bigger space was necessary to bring the team back together — and create room for the future. Enter SeatGeek’s new, 72,800-square-foot office on Broadway in New York City’s Flatiron District, which roughly 230 employees now call home — a home that even includes display bedrooms, officially tagged #RetroRooms, which have been a hit with visitors.

“These bedrooms will bring you back into the ’90s and highlight the purest form of fandom, from NBA Jam on the TV to concert posters for artists like Alanis Morissette,” said Marta Zaharoff, SeatGeek’s director of office operations. 

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