Washington (CNN) – Hillary Clinton – and her personal office staff – are going home. Sort of.
Clinton, the former senator from New York, is moving her personal office to a large high-rise building in Midtown Manhattan, according to Nick Merrill, Clinton's spokesman.
Although it was widely reported and speculated that the office space will be used as a headquarters for Clinton's possible presidential campaign, Merrill told CNN that the move is nothing more than Clinton's personal office staff of "less than a dozen" people moving into a bigger space.
The speculation, however, hasn't stopped other building tenants from naming the new office.
"Everybody in the building is starting to call it the campaign headquarters," said a source who works in the building.
The office is on a high floor in the 40-floor building, according to a source who works in the tower.
Clinton was spotted at the building last week on June 30th and, according to the source, was then spotted again yesterday.
Merrill told CNN that Clinton's personal staff moved into the space last week.
HollywoodLife.com, an entertainment and gossip website, posted a story about Clinton's new office on Tuesday night. The site, which referred to the office space as Clinton's campaign headquarters, reported that the former secretary of state signed a two-year lease on the property.
Despite never actually living in the Empire State before running for office there, Clinton represented New York in the U.S. Senate for eight years before she accepted President Barack Obama's offer to serve as secretary of state. One of the Clinton family's two home is in Chappaqua, New York – a town less than an hour from Clinton's new office.
Clinton has played coy with her presidential aspirations of late, but has admitted that she is thinking about a run. Her last presidential run – in 2008 – was headquartered outside of Washington, D.C.
People within the sizable Clinton orbit, however, have speculated that should she run in 2016, he headquarters would likely be somewhere closer to her and former President Bill Clinton's New York home.