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.
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In a 220,000-square-foot deal, Microsoft has officially announced that it’s on the move from Sixth Avenue to the LEED Gold-certified 11 Times Square.
Building performance data is changing tenant engagement and interaction with commercial office buildings as advanced technologies are allowing properties to behave more dynamically.
The 2011-12 BOMA/NY Pinnacle Awards were handed out earlier this month and this year’s set of entrants were a bumper crop: the field included the highest total of LEED- and Energy Star-rated buildings in the competition’s history.
The Port Authority Bus Terminal has activated New York City’s largest installation of mediamesh: an advanced LED imagery technology with a variety of potential applications.
gbNYC takes a closer look at the Midtown Manhattan Profile Report, prepared as part of Cushman & Wakefield’s 2011 Green Building Opportunity Index, in order to draw some anecdotal conclusions about the state of green real estate in the country’s largest office market.
Next month, the Port Authority Bus Terminal will receive New York City’s first large-scale application of an advanced LED imagery technology. Will the facelift improve its appearance in the eyes of the discerning commuter?
Vornado may be close to closing on financing from a Chinese investor for its planned 42-story, Richard Rogers-designed, LEED-CS Gold office tower above the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
The weekend’s more or less here, although weather-wise it’s strictly Tuesday. This means it’s time to read some interesting — if only tangentially gbNYC-relevant — stuff. What, you were going to work?
The Hudson Yards Community Advisory Committee has released a response to the West Side Rail Yards proposals in a letter to the MTA that calls for green building practices across the Hudson Yards project.