NFP to move NYC corporate office

Company will move into the iconic MetLife Building

NFP to move NYC corporate office

Insurance News


Property-casualty broker NFP has announced plans to relocate its New York City corporate office.

The company has signed a lease for office space at the iconic MetLife Building, located at 200 Park Avenue. The new office space, situated on the 32nd floor of this upscale Manhattan establishment, will serve as NFP's corporate headquarters in New York City starting in September.

The new office space provides a flexible work environment that can accommodate up to 200 employees, NFP said.

“Our new corporate office at 200 Park is a world-class workspace,” said Mike Goldman, president and chief operating officer at NFP. “The design of the space and the amenities throughout the building will enhance our team’s ability to work together and deliver the integrated P&C, benefits, wealth management and retirement solutions our clients need.”

200 Park Avenue, a well-known property in midtown Manhattan, boasts LEED Platinum certification, highlighting its commitment to sustainability. The building offers direct and convenient access to Grand Central Station, a major transportation hub. In addition, the building provides amenities such as fine dining options, state-of-the-art fitness and wellness facilities, flexible and collaborative meeting spaces, and a VIP greeter service.

“We are very excited to move into 200 Park and take full advantage of everything the building has to offer,” said Ginnette Quesada-Kunkel, chief human resources officer at NFP. “This move reflects the health of our business and commitment to providing an exceptional employee experience that elevates well-being, belonging and impact.”

NFP occupied its former location at 340 Madison Avenue for 15 years.

Earlier this month, NFP announced that it had acquired New Jersey-based Hafetz & Associates. The company also recently acquired Minneapolis-based Diversified Brokerage Services.

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