NEW YORK CITY—Digital design agency Huge hasexpanded its leased corporate headquarters space at 45 Main St. inthe DUMBO section of Brooklyn to 80,00 square feet.

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The digital design, technology and strategy firm has beengrowing at the Two Trees Management Co. propertysince it moved into the building in 2006. In the past eight years,the company has grown from its initial 2,500-square-foot office toits current 80,000-square-foot operation. The company, founded inBrooklyn in 1999, now has more than 850 employees globally and morethan 500 in Brooklyn alone, Huge also has offices in Atlanta, LosAngeles, San Francisco, Portland, Washington D.C., London, and Riode Janeiro.

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Shannon Rzeznikiewicz of JLLrepresented Huge in the lease transaction.

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“Just like DUMBO, Huge is known for its energy, innovation, andprolific growth,” says Dan Conlon, director ofleasing for Two Trees Management. “We look forward to seeing theirbusiness expand in Brooklyn, and are eager to celebrate the futuresuccesses of our other tenants that call DUMBO home.”

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Huge Managing Director Eric Moore says of itsBrooklyn headquarters expansion, “DUMBO is our home. We'redelighted to grow and expand in the neighborhood and the buildingthat has grown alongside us a business. Our employees love workingin DUMBO, and being here and in Brooklyn is now a critical part ofour brand and our DNA as a company.”

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45 Main St. is a 12-story, 475,000-square-foot building locateda few blocks away from Brooklyn Bridge Park. Other tenants at theproperty include the DUMBO Business Improvement District, BigSpaceship, and Lifebooker.

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John Jordan

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