The World Trade Center site has been closed off from lower Manhattan and the rest of the city for 12 long years. But by this time next year, the site will be fully reintegrated back into the streetscape, and New Yorkers will reclaim the Downtown they once knew. 1,313 more words
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Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider LLP has renewed its lease in Midtown.
The leading antitrust, intellectual property, and high-stakes litigation firm will continue to operate out of its 36,000-square-foot office on the 22nd floor of the… 219 more words
On Thursday, the Durst Organization offered a sneak peak at what office space could potentially look like at 1 World Trade Center. Boasting floor-to-ceiling windows and unobstructed views of the city, office space below the 64th floor Sky Lobby will command rent of $75 per square foot. 74 more words
On the rooftops above the office canyons of Midtown Manhattan, there is a corporate life for bees where new colonies pollinate green roofs and produce honey for the lucky tenants working below. 141 more words
In 2010, with 1 World Trade Center rising slowly in the skyline of Lower Manhattan, the Durst Organization had a problem. The developer and its ownership partners at Port Authority still hadn’t secured an anchor tenant for the project. 1,222 more words