L'Oreal Celebrates Its One Year Anniversary at Hudson Yards

The terrace at the L’Oréal office provides outside workspaces.

A year ago, L’Oréal USA moved offices from Midtown Manhattan to a new 418,000-square-foot office with 10 floors at Hudson Yards in New York City. “With the new development at Hudson Yards, we saw the opportunity to create a new L’Oréal USA headquarters, which would be uniquely ours and capture the innovative spirit of our company,” says Frédéric Rozé, president and CEO of L’Oréal USA. “Our goal was to design a modern space from the ground up that would allow us to  provide the very best work environment for our employees as well as state-of the- art technology and infrastructure to meet both our current and future needs as we continue to grow our business.”

The nail salon shows off Essie products.

Check out the highlights of the office space:


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  • 12,740 square feet of informal meeting space, including living-room style libraries and four to six meeting spaces on every floor
  • 360-degree views of the New York City Skyline, Statue of Liberty, and the Hudson River on each floor
  • A private employee nail salon where employees can experience the latest Essie nail products
  • Meditation and wellness rooms that help employees maintain healthy lifestyles
  • A cafeteria that encompasses the entire 36th floor and serves healthy dining options
  • A 4,000-square-foot terrace that provides employees with outdoor space that overlooks the Hudson River
  • A Virtual Reality Room that provides the merchandising and marketing departments with a virtual store setting to help them better understand how consumers interact with the products 


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