Silverstein, Cantor Fitzgerald invest $56M in University City life sciences development 3.0 University Place - 41st Street Corner from Above Silverstein Properties Inc. and Cantor Fitzgerald have made a $56 million investment in the development of 3.0 University Place, a proposed 250,000-square-foot life sciences building in the University City neighborhood of Philadelphia. READ MORE
Global Market Maker Old Mission Expands at 120 Broadway Global Market Maker Old Mission Expands at 120 Broadway Silverstein Properties, one of New York City’s leading real estate development and management companies, today announced that Old Mission, a global, multi-asset class ETF market-maker, renewed and expanded its lease at 120 Broadway in Downtown Manhattan. READ MORE
Silverstein Properties Acquires U.S. Bank Tower US Bank Tower image Silverstein Properties, a private real estate developer, owner, and property manager based in Manhattan, closed on the acquisition of U.S. Bank Tower, a 1.4 million square foot trophy office building in Downtown Los Angeles. Silverstein purchased the property from Singapore real estate company OUE L... READ MORE
25 international artists receive studio space at 4 World Trade Center 25 international artists receive studio space at 4 World Trade Center Silver Art Projects has announced the 25 international artists, selected from a competitive field of more than 500 applicants, who will receive pretty cool studio space at 4 World Trade Center. Artists have already begun moving in on a rolling schedule. READ MORE
Silverstein Raises $30M on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Silverstein Raises $30M on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Silverstein Properties has expanded its Series B bond on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange with a $39 million (NIS 134) tender, according to documents filed with TASE. READ MORE
2020 Power 100 - #7 on Commercial Real Estate's Most Powerful Players 2020 Power 100 - #7 on Commercial Real Estate's Most Powerful Players After close to two decades, the Financial District’s biggest landlord is pressed for space. But not for long. READ MORE
The End of the Office, and the Future of Work The End of the Office, and the Future of Work Since COVID-19 forced businesses across the country to go remote, one in three Americans — nearly everyone whose job allows it — is working from their kitchen table or bedroom. READ MORE
Crains New York Business 2020 Rising Stars in Real Estate Crains New York Business 2020 Rising Stars in Real Estate David Shi is a numbers guy, as his degree in financial economics (with a concentration in mathematics) from Columbia University attests. READ MORE
529 Fifth Avenue Gets a Fresh Look in Midtown 529 Fifth Avenue Gets a Fresh Look in Midtown When Silverstein Properties realized its anchor tenant at 529 Fifth Avenue in Midtown would be leaving next year, the landlord decided to add some upscale amenities and design to attract tenants to the 1950s office tower by Grand Central. READ MORE