Spirits Giant Diageo Moving North American Office to 3 World Trade CenterBy Nicholas Rizzi | Commercial ObserverJan 11 2019Diageo—the spirits conglomerate that owns brands like Smirnoff, Johnnie Walker and scotch distillery Lagavulin—will relocate its North American offices from Connecticut to 3 World Trade Center, the Empire State Development (ESD) announced yesterday.READ MORE
Hudson River Trading Moving to 3 World Trade CenterBy Silverstein Properties | Official Press ReleaseJan 8 2019Silverstein Properties Chairman Larry Silverstein announced today that the company has signed a lease with Hudson River Trading (HRT), a pioneer in the fintech industry, for 136,000 square feet of office space at 3 World Trade Center.READ MORE
Mattress startup Casper beds new office at 3 World Trade CenterBy The Real DealJan 4 2019Company is taking 70K sf in relocation from Midtown SouthREAD MORE
Beyond The Bio: 16 Questions With Real Estate Legend Larry SilversteinBy Miriam Hall | BisnowDec 17 2018This article profiles a man in commercial real estate who profoundly transformed our neighborhoods and reshaped our cities, businesses and lifestyles.READ MORE
The Plan: Silverstein Revives 120 Broadway’s Legendary Bankers ClubBy Rey Mashayekhi | Commercial ObserverNov 27 2018As part of the $50 million renovation of the Equitable Building, Silverstein Properties has revived the Bankers Club at 120 Broadway.READ MORE
Silverstein to be honored for Visionary LeadershipBy REW | Real Estate Weekly OnlineNov 15 2018Urban Land Institute New York announced Larry A. Silverstein, chairman of Silverstein Properties, will be the first recipient of the organization’s Visionary Leadership in Land Use Award.READ MORE
FiDine: Inside Lower Manhattan’s Burgeoning Restaurant SceneBy Sara Pepitone | Commercial ObserverOct 16 2018Can Lower Manhattan really turn into a fine dining destination? Too late—it already has!READ MORE
The New York office has a millennial makeover - Financial TimesBy Joshua Chaffin | Financial TimesOct 12 2018
For Joseph Artusa, removing the green marble that has long obscured the soaring entrance of the Equitable Building in lower Manhattan is an attempt to make amends for an architectural sin committed by the property’s previous owner, the late Harry Helmsley.
Silver City: Q&A with Silverstein Properties’ Marty BurgerBy CO Video | Commercial ObserverOct 11 2018Commercial Observer sits down with Silverstein Properties’ Marty Burger to discuss forging a gleaming World Trade Center in Downtown Manhattan.READ MORE
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