An inside look at the new headquarters of a Wall Street disrupter that just moved to a swanky new office in glamorous Hudson Yards
- MarketAxess, which runs the largest electronic marketplace for US corporate bonds, relocated its headquarters to 55 Hudson Yards in January.
- The space is 83,000 square-feet across three floors and can hold roughly 450 employees.
- MarketAxess spent $25.1 million to build out its new home, according to its annual report.
The evolution of fixed income has become one of the hottest topics on Wall Street recently. From Tradeweb's IPO to big banks shutting down trading desks in favor of algos, the space continues to evolve, and at a rapid pace.
So it's only fitting one of the rising players in the bond market just moved to the fastest growing neighborhood in New York.In January, MarketAxess relocated its headquarters to Hudson Yards, the $25 billion neighborhood that's the most expensive real-estate development in US history.
It's a fitting place for MarketAxess, which has been doing some growing of its own. The company operates the largest electronic marketplace for US corporate bonds and is a key figure in the rapidly evolving fixed-income space.
The news offices are 83,000 square-feet and span across three color-coordinated floors. MarketAxess spent $25.1 million to built out its new home, according to its annual report.
Business Insider recently got a chance to take a peak inside the company's new digs.
Here are the photos: