Bloomberg reports that Major League Baseball is moving its headquarters from its current Park Avenue location and consolidating it with MLBAM’s headquarters, which are currently in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan.
They’re not moving to, like, Tulsa or anything, however. They’re moving a few blocks to the northwest, to the former Time-Life Building on 6th Avenue, near Rockefeller Center. They’re taking over office space once leased by Time, Inc. and SNY, the network which broadcasts the New York Mets. The move is supposed to take place in 2018-19.
MLB and MLBAM will occupy the fourth through ninth floors, as well as some lobby space for a studio. This is good news for Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, whose offices are located on the 37th floor and thus will not have to relocate.