New York, NY
Randa’s New York corporate office houses design, sales and merchandising teams for neckwear and furnishings, belts and leather goods, jewelry, and seasonal products. It is the location for marketing, licensing, and creative services and home of many of the senior executives.
The office’s top floor location in a historic building overlooking Fifth Avenue was created in collaboration with the talent and imagination of Randa’s managers. It includes a video and photo studio, unique presentation spaces, an open design that encourages creativity and collaboration, and boasts six large skylights where you can catch a view of the Empire State Building. World class museums, fine dining, spectacular city views, Manhattan bustles with culture and excitement. New York – one of the world’s premiere fashion industry capitals affords Randa immediate access to many of our retail partners.
About New York, NY
Named in 1664 for the 17th century Duke of York, future King James II of England
The Big Apple, Empire State, The City That Never Sleeps (only a few among almost 100)
305 square miles over five boroughs (Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island.)
New York City Attractions and Things to Do:
New York is a global city that wields authority in the commerce, finance, media, art, fashion, research, technology, education, and entertainment worlds, leading to it being described as the cultural and financial capital of the world as well as the world's most economically powerful city. Three of its world-famous landmarks are on the worlds ten most-visited tourist attractions list, Times Square, Central Park, and Grand Central Terminal.
New York City has over 5600 bus routes, 840 miles of subway tracks, nearly 14,000 yellow taxis, and over 18,000 food options. All of it will transport and sustain you 24/7 while you enjoy sporting events (New York City is the only metropolitan area in the United States with more than one team in each of America's four major sports,) the best in shopping, Chinatown, Wall Street, Broadway theater, world renowned museums and art galleries, and much more. Beyond the 843 acres of Central Park’s green oasis of rolling hills, ponds, bike paths and running trails, are 1,700 parks and facilities scattered throughout the five boroughs with 614 ball fields, 991 playgrounds, 53 outdoor swimming pools, 14 miles of beaches, and 550 tennis courts. Yes it is The City That Never Sleeps.
: John F. Kennedy International, LaGuardia Airport