Insurance Trade Group Relocating to Silverstein’s 120 Wall StreetBy Alex Appel | Commercial ObserverAug 15 2019The Excess Line Association of New York (ELANY) signed a lease for 14,476 square feet at 120 Wall Street, landlord Silverstein Properties announced in a company statement.READ MORE
FiDi is seeing its best midyear lease numbers in nearly 20 yearsBy Steve Cuozzo | New York PostAug 12 2019FiDi landlords are celebrating the area’s biggest midyear office leasing total since 2000 — about 3.8 million square feet, according to new data from CBRE reported by the New York City Downtown Alliance.READ MORE
West Market Street business district gobbled up Comcast Tech Center and is ready for more real estateBy Jacob Adelman | The Philadelphia InquirerAug 10 2019Center City’s West Market Street business district has easily absorbed the one million-plus square feet of new corporate space comprising Comcast Corp.'s new tech tower.READ MORE
The Closing: Marty BurgerBy Rich Brockmann | The Real DealAug 1 2019Marty Burger is the CEO of Silverstein Properties, which is best known for acquiring the World Trade Center seven weeks before the 9/11 terror attacks and spending the next two decades rebuilding the hallowed site.READ MORE
Silverstein Caps Building-Wide Revamp of 120 BroadwayBy Staff | Connect New YorkJul 30 2019Silverstein Properties recently celebrated the completion of its $50-million capital improvements project at the Equitable Building at 120 Broadway. READ MORE
The Building That Spurred Skyscraper Zoning Gets A $50 Million RestorationBy Regina Cole | ForbesJul 30 2019One of the city’s noteworthy Beaux Arts masterpieces, the Equitable Building features vaulted ceilings, gold leaf accents, marble floors and hand-carved architectural detailing.READ MORE
Silverstein Properties Completes $50 Million Renovation Of The Equitable Building At 120 Broadway In The Financial DistrictBy Michael Young | YIMBY New YorkJul 21 2019Restoration work on the Equitable Building, aka 120 Broadway, is complete. The historic 104-year-old Beaux Arts skyscraper underwent a two-year, $50 million renovation and recently celebrated the opening of the Bankers Club.READ MORE
New Artist Residency at Silver Art Projects, New YorkBy Blouin | Blouin ArtinfoJul 18 2019Presented by Silverstein Properties, Silver Art Projects will provide ongoing sponsored studio space, artist mentorship, and a platform for artists to create and shape the cultural growth of Lower Manhattan. READ MORE
120 Broadway: Out With The Old and in With The NewBy Lauren Crenshaw | Downtown MagazineJul 18 2019One of the most famous office buildings in Lower Manhattan, 120 Broadway aka the Equitable building, owned by real estate firm, Silverstein Properties, just completed its massive 50 million dollar renovation. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held in celebration of the new designs Wednesday night, July ...READ MORE
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