Silverstein Properties is set to open the future home of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey at 150 Greenwich Street, marking a historic first for the redevelopment of the World Trade Center site.
In a deal that seems to portend more leasing activity on the horizon, Edward Minskoff has secured the first tenant for his Fumihiko Maki-designed, LEED Gold-hopeful 51 Astor Place in the East Village.
In an effort that could fuel more leasing activity at the LEED Gold-hopeful 1 World Trade Center, the Durst Organization has announced that two full floors of the 104-story tower will be subdivided to accommodate 18 smaller office tenants.
By November, the first of the four office buildings that will make up the new World Trade Center will be finished, with 1 WTC to follow in early 2014. Let’s take a quick look at where construction and development efforts stand across the rest of the site.
Hudson Yards, Manhattan West, and associated infrastructure and transit improvements will transform the far West Side of Manhattan for good. Two recent panels discussed and revealed some important new insights on these two enormous projects, which will have wide-ranging effects on New York City’s real estate and construction industries.
Rising above the shell of a landmarked former warehouse that was once part of the Gansevoort Market, construction on the planned LEED-CS Gold 837 Washington Street has topped out, but the developers are still targeting tenants for its retail and office components.
Thanks to a transaction that will resonate throughout New York City’s commercial real estate – and green building – industries, Silverstein Properties is close to moving forward with construction on the Richard Rogers-designed, LEED Gold-hopeful 3 World Trade Center.
After the City Council’s recent approval, an ambitious $2 billion plan to transform the southern end of Roosevelt Island into the Cornell NYC Tech engineering campus is a step closer to breaking ground.
1 World Trade Center is topped out at its patriotic final height of 1776 feet. But there’s still work to be done as the tower remains at 55 percent occupancy.
The number 11 office address has been kind to recent commercial leasing activity in Midtown, with major renewal and retail deals finalized at 11 Penn Plaza and 11 Times Square, respectively.