L&L Holding Company partnered with Prudential to purchase one of the Hudson Yards buildings that Related Companies placed on the market. The 200,000 square-foot office building is located at 31 more words
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High Line at the Rail Yards, as Section III of the High Line has been named, is set to open in the fall. In contrast to the cultivated neatness of the first two sections, High Line at the Rail Yards will provide visitors with a glimpse of a part of the city overrun by nature. 77 more words
MILTON Keynes Council have agreed permission for plans to demolish the Point leisure complex and replace it with new-build retail and leisure outlets.
By a vote of seven to three, plans to replace the Point’s pyramid-like structure with new retail and leisure outlets were approved at a meeting of the Council’s Development Control committee late last night. 178 more words
It is the fifth. I was going to write a blog post yesterday but was exhausted. Today was my third day at university. My first day was very relaxed, meeting friends in the Central Park building to play the piano, experiencing my first lecture (Linguistics, mostly admin), meeting some friends at Manning for lunch. 1,443 more words
The Chetrit Group purchased 245-247 West 34th Street for $31.5 million in January from the Cohen family of the Brooklyn-based retailer Conway Stores. The adjacent buildings, located between Seventh and Eighth Avenues, sold for $15.7 million each. 28 more words