NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 23: (AFP-OUT) Former U.S. President Bill Clinton speaks during the closing plenary session of the annual Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) on September 23, 2010 in New York City. President Obama was speaking to introduce First Lady Michelle Obama. The sixth annual meeting of the CGI gathers prominent individuals in politics, business, science, academics, religion and entertainment to discuss global issues such as climate change and the reconstruction of Haiti. The event, founded by Clinton after he left office, is held the same week as the General Assembly at the United Nations, when most world leaders are in New York City. (Photo by Michael Reynolds-Pool/Getty Images)
After spending nearly a decade in Harlem, former President Bill Clinton's foundation plans to move most of its offices to New York's financial district.
The General Services Administration, which oversees office space for former presidents, told The New York Times that Clinton will keep his office in Harlem even though the rest of The William J. Clinton Foundation will move.
The foundation will have more space in the new offices at 77 Water St and likely lower rent.
The nonprofit has been at 125th Street in Harlem for nearly 10 years.
The Times said the foundation did not return requests for comment on Wednesday.