How big business is leasing up new office towers faster than New York can build them How big business is leasing up new office towers faster than New York can build them With more than 9.5 million s/f of new office space due to open in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens by year’s end, New York is the second-fastest growing commercial market in the country READ MORE
High concept, high prices: Seaport’s 10 Corso Como offers eye-popping items, eye-watering pricetags High concept, high prices: Seaport’s 10 Corso Como offers eye-popping items, eye-watering pricetags Once a grubby wharf where fishmongers flogged cod, the South Street Seaport is now home to one of the highest of high-end retailers READ MORE
There’s no place like home: law firm renews longtime office at 120 Broadway There’s no place like home: law firm renews longtime office at 120 Broadway Emmet, Marvin & Martin is renewing 53K sf lease at building READ MORE
17 years after 9/11, Financial District having a residential renaissance 17 years after 9/11, Financial District having a residential renaissance Talk about a Wall Street boom. Seventeen years after the 9/11 attacks, the Financial District has not only rebuilt itself into a major destination for retail, work and play, it’s also becoming one of the hottest neighborhoods to call home. READ MORE
Larry Silverstein Tells YIMBY Foster’s Design For 200 Greenwich Still A Contender, More Larry Silverstein Tells YIMBY Foster’s Design For 200 Greenwich Still A Contender, More YIMBY recently sat down with Larry Silverstein to discuss his firm’s upcoming projects, as well as the status of the World Trade Center’s READ MORE
Dawn of a new Downtown: The transformation of Lower Manhattan since 9/11 Dawn of a new Downtown: The transformation of Lower Manhattan since 9/11 In 2010, Lower Manhattan was still deeply scarred by the attacks of 9-11. With much of the neighborhood under construction, a high vacancy rate, and few full-time residents, walking around the area, especially outside business hours, often felt like walking through a ghost town. It was, in many resp... READ MORE
In Lower Manhattan, everything old is new again In Lower Manhattan, everything old is new again Six months after the World Trade Center tragedy, Los Angeles resident Carmine Montalto decided to move east and settled – surprisingly – in Lower Manhattan not far from Ground Zero. The area had barely begun its recovery and deals were abundant. READ MORE
Light and Air, Sound and Fury; or, Was the Equitable Life Building Panic Only About Shadows? Light and Air, Sound and Fury; or, Was the Equitable Life Building Panic Only About Shadows? When I first became interested in urban planning, I believed a piece of professional mythology that went like this: “For all its faults, Euclidean zoning was a well-meaning effort to expand nuisance regulation in the face of the urban industrialization. It was later practitioners who used zoning for... READ MORE
This Tower Boasts NYC’s Tallest Terraced Penthouse This Tower Boasts NYC’s Tallest Terraced Penthouse Downtown Manhattan’s 30 Park Place – a 82-story tower designed by architectural powerhouse Robert AM Stern – has recently become home to the tallest terraced penthouse in New York City. READ MORE