Macquarie’s presence in the Americas spans the US, Mexico, Brazil and Canada.
Since opening the first office in New York in 1994, Macquarie has grown significantly in the region to become the number one Infrastructure Financial Adviser in the US2 and the number two US physical gas marketer in North America – the highest ranked non-producer.3
From powering more than 500,000 homes in Mexico to replacing essential infrastructure connecting New York and New Jersey, our presence in the region has continued to grow and evolve.
Now with more than 2,800 employees based in 23 locations, our regional presence encourages an entrepreneurial culture, with smaller teams allowing our people to make a bigger impact.
Open, inclusive and enterprising workplaces that reflect the way we work around the world. Have a look inside some of our US offices.
Home to our Americas headquarters, 125 West 55th Street features a bright and open office space just a few short blocks from Central Park. Our 18th floor café, known as Café 18, serves as a vibrant and relaxed communal space for our people to connect and collaborate.
Located in the iconic One Allen Center, Macquarie's offices are in the heart of downtown Houston. The office features our in house Café 31, a once acre greenspace named 'The Acre', as well as an on-site court and fitness center.
Situated on the St. John's river, it is not uncommon to spot a dolphin from our Southbank offices in Riverplace Tower. Center to our office design is 'The Spark', an area designed to ignite new ideas and foster collaboration.
The One Commerce Square complex is the home of our global investment management business. Centrally-located with easy access to the city's transportation, the complex includes an open-air courtyard featuring a 25-foot interactive media display, restaurants and water fountain.
In 2020, Macquarie announced plans to further solidy our commitment to the city of brotherly love with a new office location at 100 S Independence Mall West. The office will be adjacent to some of the nation's most significant and revered sites such as the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.