Silverstein Properties Celebrates The Reopening of The Historic "Bankers Club" at 120 Broadway Exterior shot of 120 Broadway New York-based real estate firm Silverstein Properties officially celebrated the completion of its $50 million building-wide capital improvements project at The Equitable Building at 120 Broadway READ MORE
The 2019 Manhattan Power 100; 36 - 65 The 2019 Manhattan Power 100; 36 - 65 Recognizing the 100 most powerful Manhattanites. READ MORE
Emerging Artists: Pounce On A Chance To Take Over Studio Space Emerging Artists: Pounce On A Chance To Take Over Studio Space The cost of studio space has become an extreme barrier to entry for emerging artists, especially in New York City. Studio spaces are shrinking and struggling artists are forced further away from galleries, museums, and dealers, into neighborhoods that are nowhere near a subway line, if they’re able ... READ MORE
Moët Hennessy USA to Move Corporate Headquarters Moët Hennessy USA to Move Corporate Headquarters The luxury wine & spirits industry leader will relocate from Chelsea to Downtown Manhattan's 7 WTC in 2021 as part of ongoing growth strategy. READ MORE
Larry Silverstein: I don’t see a recession on the horizon Larry Silverstein: I don’t see a recession on the horizon Silverstein Properties founder Larry Silverstein on the health of the real estate market and the state of the U.S. economy. READ MORE
Larry Silverstein: High rise buildings are more structurally sound post-9/11 Larry Silverstein: High rise buildings are more structurally sound post-9/11 Silverstein Properties founder Larry Silverstein on the lessons learned from the 9/11 terror attacks. READ MORE
Future-Proofing Midtown Future-Proofing Midtown Midtown office landlords are all aboard the lifestyle-community-hospitality train as they attempt to reinvent their buildings to appeal to a younger, more relaxed generation. Or so say the office landlord greats. READ MORE
How 7 World Trade Center beat the odds How 7 World Trade Center beat the odds It was the little lease that could — and now, the deal that proved to be the turning point in downtown’s commercial rebirth after 9/11 is getting a second wind. READ MORE
Silverstein, Durst celebrate Lower Manhattan milestone Silverstein, Durst celebrate Lower Manhattan milestone Private-sector employment in Lower Manhattan has swelled to 251,224 employees, rebounding beyond pre-9/11 levels, according to the Alliance for Downtown New York’s Q1 2019 Lower Manhattan Real Estate Market Report. READ MORE