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GroupM lease in Lower Manhattan was largest last month

The top 10 Manhattan office leases in January. January’s top 10 office leases spanned 919,480 square feet of space, with an average lease size of about 91,000 square feet, according to a TRData analysis of CoStar Group information, for deals with known tenants. The top transactions were nearly split between Midtown and Downtown, but Midtown […]

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$4B World Trade Center Transportation Hub nearly set to open for 250,000 daily PATH commuters

The Grand Central of lower Manhattan is almost ready for its grand opening. Construction crews were hard at work on Friday getting the World Trade Center Transportation Hub ready for the thousands of PATH commuters who will flow through the facility that connects to 11 subway lines. Once it opens in early March, the nearly […]

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Shifting skylines: The 9 new buildings set to define cities in 2016

World Trade Center Transportation Hub – Since Santiago Calatrava revealed his plans for the World Trade Center Transporation Hub, part of an area regeneration with contributions from the likes of Daniel Libeskind and Bjarke Ingels, the project has been beset by rising financial costs and numerous delays. But it looks as though, 12 years on, […]

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Statement from Larry A. Silverstein, Chairman, Silverstein Properties Inc.

“While I am disappointed that 21st Century Fox and News Corp have elected to hold off on moving their headquarters, I am immensely grateful to the Murdochs and their talented team, as well as to the Bjarke Ingels Group and our partners at the Port Authority, for their inspired work over the past year. “Make […]

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GroupM snatches another 170K square-feet at 3 WTC

The New Year got off to a soaring start for Larry Silverstein at 3 World Trade Center. With the clock ticking down on the end of 2015, WPP-owned media agency giant GroupM completed a lease for a 170,000-square-foot expansion at the fast-rising tower, insiders said. It’s the largest new office commitment at any World Trade […]

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WTC Will be Worth Port Authority’s $16.7B Investment

A new report predicts that the World Trade Center complex will be well worth the $16.7 billion Port Authority will spend on its redevelopment New York University’s Rudin Center for Transportation released report on Thursday that estimates that the agency will eventually recoup 97.4 to 98.6 percent of its hefty investment in the project. The […]

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Wolfgang Puck talks first NYC restaurant at Silverstein’s 30 Park Place

MARTY BURGER, LEFT, AND WOLFGANG PUCK. PHOTO BY JONATHAN GRASSI/PATRICK MCMULLAN COMPANY, INC. BY HOLLY DUTTON • NOVEMBER 18, 2015 Larry Silverstein’s uber-luxury tower 30 Park Place, which will be hotel-condo hybrid the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown and Private Residences, recently welcomed world-class chef Wolfgang Puck and his restaurant, CUT, which will open […]

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30 Park Place, Four Seasons Private Residences to Open in NYC’s Tribeca in 2016

BY MARIELLE LAFAIRE | AUGUST 3, 2015 Enjoy an unparalleled luxury living experience at 30 Park Place, the Four Seasons Private Residences in Tribeca. The long anticipated work of developer Larry Silverstein, aka “Mr. Downtown,” and world-class architect Robert A.M. Stern, this 82-story residential tower features 157 luxury residences and 40,000 square feet of amenities. […]

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Construction Update: 30 Park Place Gets Glassy

BY: REBECCA BAIRD·REMBA 7:30 AM ON JUNE 23. 2015 When we last checked in at Silverstein’s 30 Park Place, the 67-story hotel and condo tower had just topped out, becoming the tallest residential building in Lower Manhattan. Now most of the structure has its windows, except for the top 15 stories or so. Cladding has […]

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The new rise of Manhattan’s Financial District

By Adam Bonislawski March 11, 2015 | 7:34pm The condo- and hotel-filled Beekman is one of many high-wattage projects coming to FiDi. GFI Development’s Steven Hurwitz has a simple metric for measuring the emergence of Manhattan’s Financial District as a residential neighborhood: The speed of foot traffic. People walking briskly down the street are likely […]

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$60m New York penthouse promises high life

NEW YORK, February 9, 2015 The tallest residential tower in downtown Manhattan, which was topped out last month, is now 60 per cent sold but some choice options remain including a duplex penthouse for $60 million. Visionary developer Silverstein Properties celebrated the topping out of 30 Park Place, Four Seasons Private Residences New York Downtown […]

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Larry Silverstein Feels ‘Pretty Damn Good’ About Downtown – Commercial Observer

by: Tobias Salinger | Commercial Observer Few people can sit in their office, crane their head slightly, and point out the window to the nearby skyscrapers they own. Larry Silverstein can. The 83-year-old chairman of Silverstein Properties and master leaseholder and developer of the World Trade Center site invited Commercial Observer into his office on the […]

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Half of Silverstein’s 30 Park Place now sold

One of the penthouses in the Robert A.M. Stern-designed tower fetches $17M October 01, 2014 By E.B. Solomont Half of the 157 condominium apartments at Silverstein Properties’ Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Tower have sold, four months after sales launched. Among the units at 30 Park Place that were purchased are two of the building’s […]

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Silverstein Showcases 30 Park Place Hotel and Condos

BY TOBIAS SALINGER 9/10/2014 Less than an hour after he left the stage at an event about the World Trade Center‘s progress ahead of the 9/11 anniversary, Silverstein Properties chairman Larry Silverstein invited reporters for a look at the Four Seasons hotel and condo development that’s rising just two blocks away from the trade center […]

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30 Park Place Residences New York

Visionary developer Silverstein Properties today announced the official start of sales for 30 Park Place, Four Seasons Private Residences New York Downtown, located at the corner of Church Street and Park Place in Tribeca. The tallest residential tower to grace the NYC Downtown skyline, 30 Park Place will stand an impressive 926 feet high, with […]

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