• NYDIG LEASES FULL FLOOR AT THE WOODLANDS® TOWERS AT THE WATERWAY

    Leading bitcoin company to occupy over 26,000 square feet at 9950 Woodloch Forest Drive
     
    The Howard Hughes Corporation® (NYSE: HHC) has announced that NYDIG, a leading bitcoin company, has leased 26,530 square feet and will occupy a floor at 9950 Woodloch Forest Tower. The 31-story office tower is one of the premier iconic Class AAA buildings at The Woodlands® Towers at The Waterway.
     
    NYDIG is an innovative provider of technology and financial solutions for organizations seeking to integrate Bitcoin into their operations and investments. The company delivers bitcoin products across industries ranging from banking to insurance to fintech and nonprofits, fusing a stringent focus on regulatory compliance with innovative technology to make Bitcoin universal. The firm recently announced a partnership with the Houston Rockets, and has also helped the Houston Firefighters’ Relief and Retirement Fund take a pioneering step in diversifying its investments in cryptocurrency.
     
    “We are excited to announce the significant presence of NYDIG among our tenants at The Woodlands  Towers at The Waterway,” said Jim Carman, President - Houston Region for The Howard Hughes Corporation. “This innovative and cutting-edge company is a welcome complement to the renowned business organizations that choose The Woodlands to do business.”
     
    The 9950 Woodloch Forest Tower is a LEED-Silver certified office building, located in the heart of The Woodlands Town Center, overlooking The Woodlands Waterway®. The Tower’s amenities focus on health and wellness and include a two-story, 19,000-square-foot fitness center and a 33,000-square-foot multi-purpose rooftop terrace. The 9950 Woodloch Forest Tower also features a nearly 9,000-square-foot conference facility.
     
    “Interest in Bitcoin products continues to grow at a tremendous rate, and we are committed to keeping pace with our own expansion in order to best serve our clients,” said Samuel Donat, Chief Operating Officer of NYDIG. “Houston’s enthusiasm for Bitcoin and its growth as a hub of innovation in banking and technology have already enabled us to make meaningful connections in the community, and we are very happy to have found a home in The Woodlands.”
     
    NYDIG was represented by William R. Padon and Kevin Kushner of CBRE. The Howard Hughes Corporation was represented by Bob Parsley, Norm Munoz, Jillian Fredricks and Connor Duffy with Colliers International.

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