Here are some photos, snapped over the past few months, of our new office in SoHo, the New York City neighborhood where a lot of news startups have set up shop. (The Guardian’s New York office is just down the block; BuzzFeed is further down Spring Street; and Gawker Media has been in the neighborhood for a while.) We still need to buy some couches and fill more of those chairs.
Here are some photos, snapped over the past few months, of our new office in SoHo, the New York City neighborhood where a lot of news startups have set up shop. (The Guardian’s New York office is just down the block; BuzzFeed is further down Spring Street; and Gawker Media has been in the neighborhood for a while.) We still need to buy some couches and fill more of those chairs.
Here are some photos, snapped over the past few months, of our new office in SoHo, the New York City neighborhood where a lot of news startups have set up shop. (The Guardian’s New York office is just down the block; BuzzFeed is further down Spring Street; and Gawker Media has been in the neighborhood for a while.) We still need to buy some couches and fill more of those chairs.
Here are some photos, snapped over the past few months, of our new office in SoHo, the New York City neighborhood where a lot of news startups have set up shop. (The Guardian’s New York office is just down the block; BuzzFeed is further down Spring Street; and Gawker Media has been in the neighborhood for a while.) We still need to buy some couches and fill more of those chairs.
Here are some photos, snapped over the past few months, of our new office in SoHo, the New York City neighborhood where a lot of news startups have set up shop. (The Guardian’s New York office is just down the block; BuzzFeed is further down Spring Street; and Gawker Media has been in the neighborhood for a while.) We still need to buy some couches and fill more of those chairs.

Here are some photos, snapped over the past few months, of our new office in SoHo, the New York City neighborhood where a lot of news startups have set up shop. (The Guardian’s New York office is just down the block; BuzzFeed is further down Spring Street; and Gawker Media has been in the neighborhood for a while.) We still need to buy some couches and fill more of those chairs.