Silverstein Properties Completes $50 Million Renovation Of The Equitable Building At 120 Broadway In The Financial District Silverstein Properties Completes $50 Million Renovation Of The Equitable Building At 120 Broadway In The Financial District Restoration 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 York New Artist Residency at Silver Art Projects, New York Presented 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 New 120 Broadway: Out With The Old and in With The New One 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
The Equitable Building’s 40th Floor Is Opening As a Rooftop Lounge The Equitable Building’s 40th Floor Is Opening As a Rooftop Lounge The Equitable Building, is an iconic piece of lower Manhattan architecture, which has stood at 120 Broadway for over 100 years. The building played an important role in the history of New York City urban development. READ MORE
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