Light and Air, Sound and Fury; or, Was the Equitable Life Building Panic Only About Shadows?By Nolan Gray | Market UrbanismSep 6 2018When 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 PenthouseBy Amber C Snider | Culture TripAug 29 2018Downtown 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
At 120 Broadway, the old Equitable Building becomes new againBy Nikki M. Mascali | Metro New YorkAug 16 2018When it opened in 1915, the Equitable Building at 120 Broadway changed the real estate landscape of New York City — and the country.READ MORE
Seeing the Soaring 3 World Trade Center, From Inside OutBy Carl Glassman | Tribeca TribuneJul 1 2018Sweeping views, from floor-to-ceiling windows and three open-air terraces, for now go unseen. With the building currently 38 percent rented, many of the floors remain barren and silent.READ MORE
Resiliency marked as New York Cityʼs greatest strengthBy John Banks | Real Estate WeeklyJun 20 2018For all of us who remember the devastating attacks and the aftermath of September 11, 2001, last week’s opening of 3 World Trade Center is yet another sign of New York’s remarkable strength and resilience.READ MORE
Silverstein inks ground lease for massive Astoria dairy plant siteBy Will Parker | The Real DealJun 13 2018Silverstein Properties acquired the ground lease on a seven-parcel Astoria development site in what marks its first major outer-borough expansion, property records filed with the city Wednesday show.READ MORE
3 World Trade Center Opens: Here’s a Look InsideBy Rebecca Baird-Remba | Commercial ObserverJun 11 2018With the Opening of 3 World Trade Center, New Yorkers get an amenity they've long craved: Public Space around the World Trade Center.READ MORE
3 World Trade Center Is Officially Unveiled After Years of DelaysBy Elizabeth Fazzare | Architectural DigestJun 11 2018After unveiling the fifth-tallest building in NYC, AD spoke with architect Richard Rogers about the mixed-use tower near the site of the 9/11 attacksREAD MORE
IEX CEO on Move to 3 World Trade CenterBy Paris Wald | Bloomberg TVJun 11 2018Coinciding with the opening of the new 3 World Trade Center, Brad Katsuyama, the CEO of IEX sat down with Bloomberg for a discussion about his company's growth, and their recent move to the WTC 3 Building, after previously outgrowing offices in both WTC 4 and WTC 7. READ MORE
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