There’s no place like home: law firm renews longtime office at 120 BroadwayBy Eddie Small | The Real DealSep 14 2018Emmet, Marvin & Martin is renewing 53K sf lease at buildingREAD MORE
17 years after 9/11, Financial District having a residential renaissanceBy Nikki M. Mascali | Metro New YorkSep 11 2018Talk about a Wall Street boom. Seventeen years after the 9/11 attacks, the Financial District has not only rebuilt itself into a major destination for retail, work and play, it’s also becoming one of the hottest neighborhoods to call home.READ MORE
Larry Silverstein Tells YIMBY Foster’s Design For 200 Greenwich Still A Contender, MoreBy Nikolai Fedak | YIMBYSep 11 2018YIMBY recently sat down with Larry Silverstein to discuss his firm’s upcoming projects, as well as the status of the World Trade Center’sREAD MORE
Dawn of a new Downtown: The transformation of Lower Manhattan since 9/11By Cait Etherington | 6sqftSep 11 2018In 2010, Lower Manhattan was still deeply scarred by the attacks of 9-11. With much of the neighborhood under construction, a high vacancy rate, and few full-time residents, walking around the area, especially outside business hours, often felt like walking through a ghost town. It was, in many resp...READ MORE
In Lower Manhattan, everything old is new againBy Wendy O'Dea | USA TodaySep 11 2018Six months after the World Trade Center tragedy, Los Angeles resident Carmine Montalto decided to move east and settled – surprisingly – in Lower Manhattan not far from Ground Zero. The area had barely begun its recovery and deals were abundant.READ MORE
Light and Air, Sound and Fury; or, Was the Equitable Life Building Panic Only About Shadows?By Nolan Gray | Market UrbanismSep 6 2018When I first became interested in urban planning, I believed a piece of professional mythology that went like this: “For all its faults, Euclidean zoning was a well-meaning effort to expand nuisance regulation in the face of the urban industrialization. It was later practitioners who used zoning for...READ MORE
This Tower Boasts NYC’s Tallest Terraced PenthouseBy Amber C Snider | Culture TripAug 29 2018Downtown Manhattan’s 30 Park Place – a 82-story tower designed by architectural powerhouse Robert AM Stern – has recently become home to the tallest terraced penthouse in New York City.READ MORE
At 120 Broadway, the old Equitable Building becomes new againBy Nikki M. Mascali | Metro New YorkAug 16 2018When it opened in 1915, the Equitable Building at 120 Broadway changed the real estate landscape of New York City — and the country.READ MORE
Seeing the Soaring 3 World Trade Center, From Inside OutBy Carl Glassman | Tribeca TribuneJul 1 2018Sweeping views, from floor-to-ceiling windows and three open-air terraces, for now go unseen. With the building currently 38 percent rented, many of the floors remain barren and silent.READ MORE
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