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NFL MAY RELOCATE OFFICES FROM NYC TO WESTCHESTER COUNTY
Published December 20, 1994
Eight months after "punting away an opportunity to move out" of New York City, the NFL is again considering relocating its offices in Westchester County, NY. NFL Dir of Communications Greg Aiello confirmed that the league is considering moving its offices when the NFL's current lease expires. In April, the league opted to renew its Park Avenue office lease, originally set to expire this year, but agreed to extend it only through February 1997. At the time, league officials said they wanted to remain close to New York's media and advertising communities. Aiello said the NFL had no time-frame for deciding on the new location for its offices and he declined to "disclose which sites were under consideration" (Alex Philippidis, WESTCHESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL, 12/19 issue).