Ave. A | Razorfish Move Into Google’s Old Offices

Avenue A | Razorfish, the big interactive ad agency, is consolidating its three Manhattan offices and 300 employees, moving operations to Google’s old 80,000 square-foot space at 1440 Broadway. While perhaps not as sexy a move as, say, Hearst, it makes sense to be closer to its high-profile clients like CondeNet and Ralph Lauren.

Most important question, though: How’s the cafeteria?

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