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Norwegian Bank Leaving Midtown Headquarters for Hudson Yards High-Rise

By Maya Rajamani | September 23, 2016 4:26pm
 A rendering of 30 Hudson Yards.
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HUDSON YARDS — An Oslo-based bank is moving its North American headquarters from Midtown to Hudson Yards.

DNB, the largest financial services group in Norway, will join tenants including Time Warner and Wells Fargo Securities at 30 Hudson Yards after construction wraps up in 2019, The Related Companies said in a release.

The lender will lease the 44,517-square-foot 68th floor of the office tower, the release added.

“After more than 40 years in traditional Midtown Manhattan, we are very excited to be moving to the West Side and joining Related at 30 Hudson Yards, in what will be a wonderful, new, internationally significant building in a truly vibrant New York neighborhood,” DNB’s general manager for North America said in a statement.

Investment firm KKR has also signed on as a 30 Hudson Yards tenant.