While its Rust Belt roots continue to fade, the University of Buffalo’s new $75 million engineering school hopes to help position Western New York as a tech industry leader.
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A new office development in Johannesburg’s Sandton financial district is implementing environmental-related obligations into its commercial office leases with new tenants.
A significant investment from NYSERDA has New York City hopeful of becoming the country’s urban leader in infrastructure to support electric vehicles, with 80 new charging stations slated for installation across the five boroughs.
The Smart City: Hoboken lab is a new three-year, collaborative research effort that will aim to analyze and distribute real-time data in order to improve the urban condition.
With the City Council’s recent – and final – approval, Durst Fentner can begin construction on Bjarke Ingels’ striking rental pyramid on 57th Street between 11th Avenue and the Hudson River.
Pending a final hearing on May 2, a New York County Supreme Court judge has given his preliminary approval for Malkin Holdings’ plan to convert ownership in the Empire State Building (and 18 other properties) into a publicly traded real estate investment trust.
The 40-story, 1.1 million-square-foot 11 Times Square – certified LEED for Core and Shell Gold – has leased 70 percent of its office space and all of its retail space after four recent deals totaling 75,000 square feet.
As rents rise in Midtown South and flexible office arrangements become harder to come by, an increasing number of technology companies are looking north: Felix/CityGrid Media is the latest to head back across 34th Street.
Construction on a $680 million platform above LIRR and Amtrak tracks on Ninth Avenue will allow Brookfield Properties to proceed with its $4.5 billion Manhattan West development, which will feature two 60-story, LEED Gold-hopeful commercial office towers.
An aggressive new marketing campaign at One World Trade Center is aimed at foreign companies and hopes to fill up the 3 million-square-foot tower’s remaining 45 percent of available office space before opening its doors in early 2014.