SeatGeek, a fan-focused ticket seller and reseller, is moving its headquarters to the Flatiron District and more than doubling its size to 72,800 square feet.

In June 2019, the firm will relocate to 902 Broadway on the northeast corner of East 20th Street, where it will have the eighth through 11th floors of the 20-story building.

In the interim, it will construct the space to create an ideal “home away from home.”

SeatGeek is currently in Noho at 400 Lafayette St. and East 4th Street.

Nick Farmakis, David Goldstein, Brad Wolk and Chris Thompson of Savills Studley represented SeatGeek in the search and lease negotiations.

The Rosen family-owned building was represented by Max Koeppel and David Koeppel of Koeppel Rosen, the portfolio’s leasing and managing agent. Asking rents are in the low $70s per square foot.

SeatGeek sells directly for some venues and teams while also helping fans resell tickets to sporting events, concerts, and speaking engagements, including the Bill and Hillary Clinton talking tour.