New Head of Information Technology Joins SL Green Realty Corp.

NEW YORK – April 28, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — SL Green Realty Corp (NYSE:SLG) today announced that Parimala Rao has joined the Company as Senior Vice President of Information Technology.

Mrs Rao brings twenty years of experience to the position. Most recently, Mrs. Rao served as Executive Director of Technology at The New York Times where she was awarded the Prestigious Publisher’s Award for Technology Innovation.

Early in her career, Mrs. Rao worked for The Times Group, India’s largest publishing house. After moving to the United States, she held positions at IBM, Sapient, Google, Microsoft and Telenav. Her experience includes technical and financial solutions, data warehouse development, cloud computing, enterprise application development, mobile and web platform engineering and next generation web service delivery.

Mrs. Rao holds dual Masters of Science degrees in Biotechnology from Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda and in Software Engineering from the University of Liverpool in the UK. She is a Certified Project Manager from Stanford University.

“We are thrilled to welcome Pari to our team. She is a seasoned veteran whose specialty lies in identifying creative ways to link technology to business needs, an area where SL Green will continue to further enhance its operating efficiencies and showcase its technological ingenuity,” said Executive Vice President, Edward V. Piccinich.

About SL Green Realty Corp.

SL Green Realty Corp., an S&P 500 company and New York City’s largest office landlord, is a fully integrated real estate investment trust, or REIT, that is focused primarily on acquiring, managing and maximizing value of Manhattan commercial properties. As of March 31, 2015, SL Green held interests in 117 Manhattan buildings totaling 43.6 million square feet. This included ownership interests in 29.0 million square feet of commercial buildings and debt and preferred equity investments secured by 14.6 million square feet of buildings. In addition to its Manhattan investments, SL Green held ownership interests in 37 suburban buildings totaling 5.9 million square feet in Brooklyn, Long Island, Westchester County, Connecticut and New Jersey. For more information, please visit: http://slgreen.com/

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Edward V. Piccinich
Executive Vice President
SL Green Realty Corp.
(212) 216-1611

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