Silverstein Properties, Inc. (SPI) currently has ten buildings in its portfolio of 9 million square feet. Throughout its 50-year history, the firm has developed, owned and managed some of the most successful and high-profile properties in New York City.
For three decades, SPI has maintained an active role in Downtown Manhattan with the renovation of both 120 and 140 Broadway and the establishment of New York's first and only Association Center at 120 Wall Street. In the last ten years, the firm has taken a leading role in revitalizing Downtown with the opening of 7 World Trade Center, the city's first LEED-certified office building. The firm currently has $10 billion of development in the pipeline, including three new World Trade Center office towers, as well as the Four Seasons Hotel Downtown and Private Residences at 30 Park Place.
Silverstein Properties' Midtown commercial properties are situated in some of the most attractive and accessible locations in Manhattan. These four buildings boast a prestigious and eclectic roster of tenants, drawn both to the location and to Silverstein's high standard of design and amenities. Since 2000, Silverstein Properties has spearheaded the development of Midtown Manhattan's far west side with two premier residential properties. River Place is a 40-story, 921-unit tower, and Silver Towers is a 1.2 million-square-foot building with 1,359 units. The project provides a public park and designates 20 percent of the units for low- and middle-income families, making it one of the city's largest residential rental complexes.
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