NEW YORK CITY—Amazon reportedly is considering a relocation andexpansion that would more than triple its space.

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The firm is in negotiations for 285,872 square feet of space at1133 Ave. of the Americas, at West 44th St, according tothe New York Post. A spokesman for building landlord theDurst Organization declined to comment to GlobeSt.com.

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Currently housed in 92,492 square feet at the neighboring 1350Ave. of the Americas, Amazon is slated to need to add 100,000 to200,000 square feet to its offices every few years.

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At the new location, Amazon would takeover space that will bevacated by the Internal Revenue Service. Durst's marketing flyerfor the space, the Post reports, indicate that the spaceoffers an “ability to create a 'distinctive presence as an anchortenant on the exterior of the building as well as in thelobby.”

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The Post continues, “It will include 'a privateentrance with a generous plaza area' on West 44th Street and asprawling 13,000 feet of outdoor landscaped terraces on the secondfloor.

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It was unclear at press time who would broker Amazon's latestlease but the firm's previous move in 2012 was handled by JustinHalpern and Marcus Rayner of CRESA Partners.

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Rayna Katz

Rayna Katz is a seasoned business journalist whose extensive experience includes coverage of the lodging sector, travel and the culinary space. She was most recently content director for a business-to-business publisher, overseeing four publications. While at Meeting News, a travel trade publication, she received a Best Reporting award for a story on meeting cancellations in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina.