U.S. Bank Tower Signs 5 Leases, Including for the Top FloorBy Annlee Ellingson | L.A. Business FirstNov 29 2022Five companies have signed new leases totaling 72,000 square feet at the U.S. Bank Tower in downtown Los Angeles.READ MORE
Asana Expands by 44K SF at 3 WTCBy Rebecca Baird-Remba | Commercial ObserverSep 14 2022Productivity software maker Asana is adding another 44,000 square feet to its 3 World Trade Center offices.READ MORE
An Alice in Wonderland-inspired pop-up wine bar and experience is coming to NYCBy Anna Rahmanan | Time Out New YorkSep 7 2022The cultural offering is scheduled to debut in midtown Manhattan at 529 Fifth Avenue by 44th Street on October 7 and run through late April 2023.READ MORE
Law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer Nabs 180K SF at 3 WTCBy Mark Hallum | Commercial ObserverAug 24 2022The U.S. office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has signed a 15-year lease for 180,000 square feet at 3 World Trade Center with landlord Silverstein Properties, the law firm announced Wednesday.READ MORE
New York City Housing Agency Snaps Up 109K SF at 120 BroadwayBy Mark Hallum | Commercial ObserverAug 15 2022The New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) is packing things up at 110 William Street and heading nearby to 120 Broadway.
8 LA-based street artists paint murals at U.S. Bank TowerBy Luke Netzley | LA Downtown News Aug 8 2022To celebrate the city’s art and culture, U.S. Bank Tower owner Silverstein Properties has invited eight local artists to paint murals outside of the building’s main entrance on Fifth Street.READ MORE
Capital One opening Philadelphia innovation center with plans to hire 100 tech workersBy Jeff Blumenthal | Philadelphia Business JournalJul 20 2022One of the nation’s largest banks is opening an innovation center in Center City that will house 100 new technology jobs.READ MORE
Art Is All Around Campaign Highlights Public Art in Lower ManhattanBy Staff | Downtown AllianceJul 18 2022New York City is home to some of the most impressive art museums in the world, with everything on view from ancient Egyptian temples to Renaissance masterpieces to Andy Warhol’s Campbell Soup cans. READ MORE
Uber’s 3 World Trade Center Office Leans on — What Else? — TransportationBy Rebecca Baird-Remba | Commercial ObserverJul 11 2022When Uber decided to consolidate three offices under one roof at 3 World Trade Center, it wanted to prove its New York City bonafides...READ MORE
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